Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

Sina Kaye Lockley

Sina is a communication specialist at Staffbase. She wants to help companies engage their employees and find ways to make work more fun. She writes about internal communication, mobile employee engagement and how to use an app in today's evolving workforce. In her free time she fights for gender neutral toilets and LGBTQ rights.
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Making Your Employee App a Success in 3 Chapters

For many companies and internal communication professionals, their employee communication project is the first time they will have created a digital and real-time communication channel that targets all employees, many of whom have never before been targeted by an internal IT project. So the big question is: How is it done? How did DHL, Brink’s and Audi manage their projects, and what’s the secret to their success?

 

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Integrating the Sales Force Correctly: The Telekom Service Dialog App

Deutsche Telekom is one of the world's leading integrated telecommunications companies, with around 168 million mobile customers, 28 million fixed-network lines, and 19 million broadband lines. 218,000 employees (as of 2016) in 50 countries are driving the company's success forward. At the forefront are the more than 7,000 sales representatives with over 67,000 customer contacts every day. Communicating with all of these people, all over the world, is a massive challenge, but it's one that they’ve met head on with the aid of their employee app.   

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Employee Onboarding — The Complete Guide

The first days and weeks at a new job are critical. Not only is this the time when a new employee can begin to know for sure whether or not he or she has made the right decision, but it's equally important for an employer because only once the real work begins can they truly witness the attitude a new recruit brings to the job.

 

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Why Don’t You Stay? Strategies for Employee Retention with an App in Healthcare

Today’s healthcare workers don’t have time to read messages on a desktop intranet. Mobile access to communications is critical for healthcare leaders to connect with their workforce no matter where they are or where they work. 

 

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