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.
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.
"As a rule, employees are taken care of from the day they arrive at the company. However, far too few companies consider preboarding," says Kerstin Vietor, Project Manager Digital HR at B.Braun.
Slack is great. It truly is. People love it. Hell, it even has its own Rihanna gif! As for Microsoft Teams, it might be new, but it's shaping up to be a real game changer.
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.
Communicators often tell us that their current intranet solutions are too clunky and cumbersome for workers on the go. And desktop intranet solutions just don’t reach workers in the field. With remote work on the rise, mobile app solutions give employers a new way to connect with their workforce.