Engaging your employees is no easy task. According to Gallup, 51% of US workers aren’t engaged with their jobs. Which is why launching your own employee app is so important. Your app has the potential to reach every single one of your employees no matter where they are in the world, and it has the potential to open the door to your digital workplace. But which use cases are the most engaging for your employees and guarantee your app’s success?
Staffbase is starting the 2018 app year with a huge update that brings many helpful improvements: with Spaces you can delegate content management for your sites or departments, new features in Forms allow you to move more processes into the app, and you can now combine SSO login with other login methods. Additionally, two popular features—chat and video uploading—both received numerous refinements.
It's Valentine's Day. Please don't forget your people. . .especially your employees. According to Dr. Paul White, coauthor of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplace, appreciation will go a long way with your workforce on any day of the year. Dr. White is a psychologist, speaker, author, and consultant who makes work relationships work. Listen in, read below, and learn why appreciation is crucial for company success. Improve employee happiness, and spread some cheer this Valentine's Day!
When healthcare companies invest in internal communications to increase safety, improve operations, and engage staff, the results are often happier providers and patients. At Staffbase, we frequently receive a “SOS” from healthcare companies looking for an internal communications solution to confront challenges such as employee turnover or change management. Many are on a quest to revitalize the employee experience and improve current procedures with the hope of making their workplace one where employees want to be. As a lifesaver, we put together some best practices from healthcare companies that are communicating well with workers to proactively address safety issues, efficiently manage operations, and amplify staff engagement, three fields that are essential to success in the healthcare industry and beyond.
The 65-year-old company uses technology to connect with workers across the US
When you think of a construction site, you don’t consider counting calories and steps as part of the daily routine. But Sampson Construction does. The company has been a leader in the industry for more than six decades and recently implemented a wellness program to create a healthier workplace. And this is no New Year’s resolution. Sampson Construction touts a long-term commitment to health and nutrition for its more than 300 employees, believing that workers who live well, build well.