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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. She religiously reads one book a week and sleeps with pen and paper next to her head.
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Reaching Remote Workers — Spoonful of Staffbase

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.


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Internal Communication Innovators Meet in Berlin: Staffbase Summit 2018

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. 

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Driving Team Efficiency: Scrum for Internal Communications

“We work in small, interdisciplinary teams that use methods like Kanban and Scrum.”


One might expect to hear such a statement coming from a software developer, but there it was in the November 2017 issue of the German internal communications magazine BEYOND, being spoken by Claudia Tillmann, head of Brand Experience at Yello, a sales and marketing company for energy and energy-related services.

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Merging Messages: RHI Magnesita Manages Change with an Employee App

The merging of two companies, while exciting, can also be a time of great upheaval and change—and a real challenge for the entire company. At RHI Magnesita, the employee app "MyRHIMagnesita" has played a key role in successfully bringing together the newly combined company's 14,000 colleagues. The app is one of the main drivers of cultural transformation.

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Internal Communications and HR: 4 Killer Ideas for Working Together Even More Effectively

Let’s start with the why, as Simon Sinek might say. Why should Internal Communications and HR try to work together in the first place? Well, for starters, Internal Communications wants to communicate with every employee, and HR has access to a great deal of their vital information. That’s a pretty significant link, but we think there’s still way more to it.

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