Why, How and What to Use Push Notifications for in Internal Communication

In ecommerce push notifications increase engagement by 278%. And what works for external communication also is a game changer for internal communication. Push notifications finally make immediate responses and reception of important information possible anytime, anywhere. They inform, alert, help to maximise the efficiency and productivity of your workers and increase engagement.

 

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Your Guideline to Planning the Right Use Cases for Your Internal Communications App

Implementing an employee app is daunting. For many companies it's the first time they create a digital and real time communication channel that targets all employees, many of which have never been the target group of an internal IT project before. What you plan here has the chance to become the widest reaching channel in your company.

 

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January Update: Comment Notifications Let Employees Engage With Each Other

This year's first Staffbase product update unveils comment notifications and bookmarking for your internal communications app. Employees directly benefit from these additions, as they are immediately available for all customers. Additionally, there has been a focus on security related enhancements throughout the app. Read more for the full picture.

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Digital Transformation for Non-Desk Workers — A Major Challenge for CIOs and CDOs

Digital Transformation has its biggest potential and impact in the core business process of an organization, which is creating services and goods for the customer. In most companies this process involves employees who are not connected to a desk: production workers, retail personnel / frontliners, call center agents, bus drivers, nurses, service staff.

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11 Ideas How to Rethink Internal Communication in 2017 – and Boost Your Employee Engagement

Communication is always about change. As a consequence, internal communication is a field that has to be rethought again and again.

 

In 2017 with Millennials moving on to management positions and Gen Z coming into the game, it is becoming more important to remain in control of the messages that are sent, to keep the brand promise, empower the middle management and enhance transparency.

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