It's been more than two years since TradeWinds Islands Resorts launched TW Way, their employee relationship platform with Staffbase. Since then, the largest full-service destination resort in Florida has seen a marked increase in employee happiness and engagement.
In my professional career, I’ve seen all kinds of companies: big and small, fancy and old-fashioned, top-down leadership and laissez-faire. Contrary to what’s true for “a staggering 87%” of the workforce, the pattern I’ve seen is that people want to love what they do. They want to be proud of their work and their team. It makes us feel good; it helps us define ourselves; and it even improves our health. Unfortunately, not every organization makes it easy to do so. In fact, most of them fail.
Employee turnover is detrimental to a company’s bottom line, costing time, money, and valuable resources. Long-term employee retention may seem like a thing of the past, but although the job climate continues to shift further away from cradle-to-grave employment and people currently change jobs an average of twelve times throughout their career, it remains critically important. The fact remains: your business will be better if you can find a way to retain good workers.
For our May update, we’ve focused on a fundamental revamp of user onboarding and user management. In addition, we have rolled out two features that have already proven themselves in beta testing: Spaces and the sharing of articles in social networks, both of which are now available to all customers in optimized form. The new chat archive and several improvements to existing functions complete this release. If you want to learn more about all the new functions, read our Release Notes in the Support Portal.
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.
From their roots of a few restaurants in stunning locations, the Newport Harbor Corporation (NHC) has grown to include interesting and distinct culinary concepts that reflect the areas they call home. A leader in hospitality and culinary innovation for over four decades, NHC has a respected reputation of exceptional quality and exceeding guest expectations. With a nearly hundred-year-old history as a business in their community, NHC has a tradition of proudly serving their community and their customers. They love serving people. But as an employee owned (ESOP) company, they’re not just serving the guests that walk into their dining rooms. They’re also serving the people who come to work every day.