More than 40 percent of workers in the US are punching in outside of headquarters. With an increasingly remote workforce, it’s important for employers to create new ways to connect. Here are a Spoonful of ways an employee app can help your company reach and communicate with remote employees.
It’s likely that most of us have seen a truckload of new vehicles being delivered to a dealership. The drivers of those stacks of shiny new autos might be employed by US AutoLogistics (USAL). Based in Houston, Texas, USAL’s road-based associates are part of a team of licensed, cross-country colleagues whose operating philosophy is to deliver brand new, damage-free vehicles in a cost-effective, safe, punctual, and compliant manner.
Don't hit delete! This isn't your inbox. But if this was the place where your email goes to die, you would be on your way to trashing 20 percent of your messages already. Or you would ignore them completely. Or you wouldn't find what you are looking for. And none of these options are optimal for successful communication. See our A Spoonful of Staffbase video series that addresses topics of interest to people who are looking for new ways to connect to their workforce...besides email.
On May 2, 2018, the Inkometa Award for successful internal communication was presented in Düsseldorf. The Staffbase app of Deutsche Telekom has won the award for Best Employee App in the Media category.
On the 26th and 27th of April, Staffbase invited communication professionals from all over the world to the Staffbase Summit 2018 for a chance to share best practices, address the challenges of bringing desk and non-desk employees together, and discuss the different ways that companies create a sense of community and belonging at work.
The goal of investing in any communications and engagement technology is obviously to communicate better and increase engagement. But organizations should understand that any platform, no matter how advanced, will only be as meaningful as the content it contains. That’s why the one quality all successful best practices in Internal Comms have in common is that they put real purpose at the heart of every message they share.