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Reaching Remote Workers — Spoonful of Staffbase

More than 40 percent of workers in the US are punching in outside of headquarters. With an increasingly remote workforce, it’s important for employers to create new ways to connect. Here are a Spoonful of ways an employee app can help your company reach and communicate with remote employees.


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Why Email is Terrible for Internal Communications — Spoonful of Staffbase

Don't hit delete! This isn't your inbox. But if this was the place where your email goes to die, you would be on your way to trashing 20 percent of your messages already. Or you would ignore them completely. Or you wouldn't find what you are looking for. And none of these options are optimal for successful communication. See our A Spoonful of Staffbase video series that addresses topics of interest to people who are looking for new ways to connect to their workforce...besides email. 

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Four Ways to Connect with Construction Crews in the Field

Leaders in the construction industry share best practices for using mobile employee apps to improve workplace wellness, engagement, safety, and operations.

Grab a shovel, and learn four ways that you can build better internal communications with your employees in the construction industry by using an employee app. 

 

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How to Be a Mindful Manager: Build a Better Team by Being Present

A drifting gaze. Fidgeting hands. Constant interruptions. It’s not difficult to determine when someone isn’t paying attention, a common occurrence in this hypermodern era when everything is a distraction. But at work, paying attention drives productivity. It’s important to listen up.

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From Pony to Unicorn: Transform your Internal Communications

An internal communications professional is a mythical creature with the power to juggle the daily demands of employee, corporate, and executive communications . . . along with a sprinkle of social media, a pinch of crisis management, and a dash of public relations (PR)—all the while making everyone happy. They deserve glitter, rainbows, and cupcakes for their extraordinary performances all day and all night, every day and every night (NB: I would like mine with extra icing).

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Internal Communications and HR: 4 Killer Ideas for Working Together Even More Effectively

Let’s start with the why, as Simon Sinek might say. Why should Internal Communications and HR try to work together in the first place? Well, for starters, Internal Communications wants to communicate with every employee, and HR has access to a great deal of their vital information. That’s a pretty significant link, but we think there’s still way more to it.

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