Small Improvements


In this article, you will learn how to integrate the Small Improvements software with Personio. You will find an overview of all the prerequisites, as well as instructions on how to set up the integration via the Personio employee data API.


What is Small Improvements?

Small Improvements supports managers and employees to engage in a conversation and create a culture of continuous development. Small Improvements offers 1:1s meetings, performance reviews, 360-degree feedback sessions, goal setting, analysis of retention data, pulse surveys, and features to value colleagues.

Employees can set goals, share their appreciation of each other, give and receive feedback to and from colleagues, and complete easy check-ins.


How Can I Set Up the Integration of Small Improvements and Personio?

This integration can only be set up by the partner. Follow these steps in Personio:

  1. Go to the Marketplace and search for the integration.
  2. Click on the integration to open the drawer with further details.
  3. Select Connect.
  4. Click Copy email address to clipboard and contact the partner who will complete the setup process for you.

You need to generate new API credentials for this integration in Personio via Settings > Integrations > API credentials. For more information, read our article on how to generate and manage API credentials.


Which Data Is Transferred?

The following data will be transferred from your Personio account to the Small Improvements account:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Status (only active or passive)
  • Email
  • Gender
  • Position (job title)
  • Employee ID
  • Personio ID
  • Office
  • Department
  • Hire date
  • Supervisor


How Much Does It Cost?

There are no additional costs for using the integration. The cost for using Small Improvements is €7/user/month.

Who Do I Contact at Small Improvements?

Small Improvements offers a chat functions for questions on its website. Otherwise any questions can also be directed to or +1 415 300 4428.




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