On May 2, 2018, the Inkometa Award for successful internal communication was presented in Düsseldorf. The Staffbase app of Deutsche Telekom has won the award for Best Employee App in the Media category.
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.
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.
At the start of 2017, we talked about how internal communications is a field that requires constant rethinking. With that thought in mind, we've gone back to the drawing board and come up with 18 new ideas for making improvements in this crucial area. 18 is no small number, so, in the interest of speeding things up (see point #11), let's get down to business.
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.
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.