Our mission is to help people thrive in life by thriving in work. Happie believes that by humanizing the job search process and making it incredibly easy, frictionless, and fun for candidates and employers to find a great match, we'll bring about important changes in the world and make a difference in people's lives, all while building a massively successful business. For employers, we're developing the world's best system for sourcing and engaging the best candidates for your role. In 2 minutes per day, Happie fills your pipeline with top candidates who are ready to talk. For candidates, we eliminate the biggest frustrations in the job search process by delivering authentic information about jobs and teams and transparent communication about status.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Cambridge, US
Founded
2015
Size (employees)
61 (est)+13%
Happie was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Cambridge, US

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Happie has an office in Cambridge
Cambridge, US (HQ)
201 614 Massachusetts Ave

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AI can liberate humans to lead happier lives, if we get it right

Discussions around artificial intelligence (AI) provoke both excitement and fear in strong measure. Just last week, Elon Musk predicted that AI will be the most likely cause of World War III (although perhaps he just wasn’t following President Donald Trump closely enough). As happens so often …

Uber finally confirms that Khosrowshahi will be its new CEO; Kalanick “couldn’t be happier”

 It’s officially official. News reports have been telling you since Sunday that Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi had been offered the CEO role at Uber, but that was based on sources, not any company statements. It also wasn’t entirely clear if he had formally accepted the offer. Uber didn’t make an ann…

An exec at Alphabet's moonshot lab teaches people to be happier — and his favorite strategy takes only seconds at a time

Every day on his walk to work, Mo Gawdat snaps a photo of something beautiful. Sometimes it's a butterfly; sometimes it's a stranger's face. But "it's not about the picture," Gawdat said. "It's about the process of searching for it." Gawdat is the chief business officer of A…

No one was happier with Floyd Mayweather's win over Conor McGregor than Las Vegas sportsbooks

After sweating out some early rounds that were closer than expected, Las Vegas sportsbooks got the result they wanted when Floyd Mayweather took out Conor McGregor by TKO in the tenth round. While sportsbooks specialize in minimizing risk, heavy action from the public on th…

New research shows one kind of teenage friendship is more likely to result in a happier, healthier adulthood

Parents often think teenagers are overly obsessed with their best friends. They should let them be. New research published in the journal Child Development shows…

Britons are very specific about their “happiest” place

If asked what places make you happy, what would you say? Apparently, Britons are at their happiest when eating a pub lunch in the Cotswolds - who knew? The research, which looked into the places in the UK which evoke special memories and ultimately make us “happy”, found hiking in the Lake Dis…
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