Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

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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How MAN Truck & Bus Uses an Employee App to Bridge Communication Gaps

MAN Truck & Bus is one of the leading manufacturers of heavy-duty commercial vehicles in Europe, with production facilities in Germany, Poland, and Austria, as well as in Russia, South Africa, India, Turkey, and Mexico. Their products include vans, heavy goods trucks, interurban coaches, and city buses, and they also produce diesel and natural-gas engines.

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Mobile Communication for a Mobile Industry




The trend towards digitization and BYOD (“bring your own device”) communication strategies offer completely new possibilities for a logistics and transportation industry that’s practically defined by the wide distribution and mobility of its workers. More than 80% of employees in this field don’t sit at a desk, but they still need to be kept in the loop at all times.

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BVG Means It When They Say, “We Love You!”

The marketing slogan “Because We Love You” has made the Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe (BVG) rather famous over the last year. Improving customer satisfaction has been the primary concern of the #weilwirdichlieben (#becauseweloveyou) campaign, which has won several awards, including the German Prize for Online Communication.


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Selling an Employee App—7 Steps to Building a Convincing Case

Isn't it time to find a mobile communication solution for your employees?


Mobility has become a central part of our personal lives, so it shouldn't come as a surprise that your people are now demanding its many benefits at work. Millennials and Gen Z are particularly used to getting constant feedback and communication through their smartphones, and they expect the same experience on the job. And with the war for talent reaching fever pitch, even applicants are making mobility demands of their potential employers.


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