An employee app for Audi: "Vorsprung durch Technik"

Audi Brussels is an Audi manufacturing plant located in Vorst/ForestBelgium. The German-engineered automobile brand is one of the best-selling luxury automobile brands in the world. Their slogan "Vorsprung Durch Technik", means "Advancement through Technology" and holding true to this motto, the company's branch in Brussels has now implemented their "my-Audi-Brussels" app.


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10 Ways to Boost Your Safety Culture with an Employee App

The Importance of Safety

Workplace safety is important because it increases the efficiency of ongoing operations, manages risk, optimises control systems, streamlines processes, optimises the employer brand, creates trust and, ultimately, prevents death and injuries.


A recent SmartMarket Report in fact states that a better safety culture decreases reportable injuries by 10%, increases the ability to contract new work by 10% and increases the ability to retain staff by 18%.

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How HR Can Use an Employee App for Every Step in the Employee Lifecycle

With the US unemployment rate down to 4.6% the war for talent is on. Companies today need to create a different kind of work experience for their top brand ambassador: their employees.

Putting your employees first and customers second, as well as focusing on the employer brand to improve the customer brand, is no longer uncommon and will soon be best practice in all industries.


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How Peaks & Plains Connect Their Non-Desk Workforce With Their Own Branded Employee App

Peaks and Plains are an innovative housing association based in Macclesfield. Prior to purchasing our Staffbase Employee App from our partner Workvine, Peaks and Plains communicated with their staff mainly through email and the company’s private Intranet. They employ over 200 staff in a wide range of roles including such as repair teams, care and support staff.


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7 Reasons Why Internal Communications Is More Important Than Ever in 2017

The year 2016 marks a tipping point for workforce demographics. As the Baby Boomers are retiring, Millennials now make up the biggest part of the workforce and move into management positions. At the same time Gen Z employees start to come out of college and into their first full-time jobs.


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