Today, people have portable video studios in their pockets. You just don’t have to be Steven Spielberg to be good at using video to tell a story anymore. If you've posted a video to YouTube, you know that producing, consuming, and distributing moving images is simple and easy. Why should it be any different in the workplace? In 2018, it's critical to ensure that you have an IC channel capable of sharing video to strengthen employee connections and bring internal messages to life.
Company culture has been a buzzword for quite some time now. It’s not all about office happy hours or weekend volleyball games - it’s also about the values your company represents. And you can ensure employees represent company values by starting with the onboarding process.
The August release has new features that increase usability for app users. With quick links, users have the most popular and up-to-date content at their fingertips at all times. The on-demand translation of comments facilitates direct communication, especially for multilingual teams. And with the new filter options in user management, we have achieved better usability for administrators as well. These usability improvements are accompanied by the brand new Analytics API, which gives your developers access to many relevant app statistics.
Thirty one percent of employees have quit a company within the first six months. Of these, a significantly large chunk of employees cited the lack of fun at work and training as the reason they moved out. Gamification as an onboarding strategy exists to serve two main objectives: to make training fun, and to accelerate the pace of learning. So how effective is it at organizations? And how can corporate trainers make sure that their gamification strategy is a success? Let us find out.