Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

Change Management: Merging Messages 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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An Employee App for Organization, Wellness, and Fun

The 65-year-old company uses technology to connect with workers across the US

When you think of a construction site, you don’t consider counting calories and steps as part of the daily routine. But Sampson Construction does. The company has been a leader in the industry for more than six decades and recently implemented a wellness program to create a healthier workplace. And this is no New Year’s resolution. Sampson Construction touts a long-term commitment to health and nutrition for its more than 300 employees, believing that workers who live well, build well.

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An Employee App Lays the Foundation for Stronger Communications

Internal communication challenges are an unfortunate reality for many companies. But efficient internal communication is especially difficult in the construction industry, where it’s common practice for employees to work remotely, away from their home site or office. But this issue is just one of many obstacles preventing employees in the industry from connecting with one another and their employers. Here are three main barriers that prevent construction companies from building effective and engaging internal communications.

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An Employee App Makes Internal Communication Fun

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.

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Appreciating Employees: The Secret to Customer Satisfaction

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.

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