Staffbase Blog | Sina Lockley

Take your employee communications to the next level with your own employee app.

Sina 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.
Find me on:

Recent Posts

10 out of 10 Stars for Workvine and the Intelligent Office Employee App

Intelligent Office are the leading provider of office administrative and secretarial services in the UK. With more than 900 staff members operating across 49 client sites, they recognized the need to improve their internal communication strategy in order to reach all of their employees. They contacted our UK partner Workvine and decided to launch their own app.

 

Watch the Vlog and see what the company and its employees have to say after nine months with their new tool.

 

Read on

Chicorée Uses an Employee App to Make Internal Communication More Appealing to Its Employees

What began as an importer of Italian jeans is today Chicorée Fashion, one of the largest textile chains for women's apparel in Switzerland. With more than 150 shops and over ten million items of clothing sold each year, the brand is an essential part of the Swiss urban landscape. Founded in 1982 by Jörg Weber, the company continues its expansion today. But one quality has remained unchanged: the company’s family culture.

Read on

[Slides] How an Employee App Fits Best With your Intranet and Digital Workplace Strategy

 

With so many companies thinking about a mobile channel for their employee communication, a great deal of interest has arisen around how an employee app can fit with an organization’s intranet and digital workplace strategy. In fact, along with a few other issues, including how to onboard users; the state of security; and what to do with an employee app, the question of how an employee app can fit into an organization’s existing intranet and be integrated into its other channels for internal communication is one of the chief issues in communication departments around the world.

 

Read on

Brink’s Launches Internal Communications App to Improve Employee Recognition

In May 1859, Perry Brink purchased a horse-drawn wagon and made his first delivery in Chicago. The city was benefitting from the economic boom, a direct result of the new railroad sector. Business travel was growing and people needed transportation between the new railway stations and the city center.

Read on

Swapping Old for New, A German Public Utilities Provider Welcomes Digitization with Their Employee App

Electricity, gas, drinking water, public transportation, ferries, and telecommunications: the public utilities provider Stadtwerke Konstanz is present everywhere in the southern German city on the shores of Lake Constance. Even the municipality's Wi-Fi comes from the company of approximately 850 employees. The professions within this corporate group are as varied as the departments themselves: bus drivers, IT specialists, media designers, and lifeguards are just some of the jobs. But one description shared among most of these employees is that they don't sit at desks. This creates a challenge for internal communication. How do you reach such a diverse workforce?

Read on