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Addressing the Communications and Employee Engagement Needs of the 3 Billion Frontline Workers and Deskless Employees

theEMPLOYEEapp was created by professionals with decades of communications and HR experience to address the challenges organizations face in communicating with a dispersed, frontline and deskless workforce through the use of mobile technology.  Our solution wasn’t developed by a group of tech folks thinking they understood the issues that exist — we actually have lived and consulted on them.

With the employee as the focus of our development, theEMPLOYEEapp is more than just a newsfeed. It is a holistic internal communication solution that allows frontline workers and deskless employees to have fast and easy access to the information, documents and tools they need to succeed in their work.

Learn more about why theEMPLOYEEapp is the leading solution for internal communication and engagement for frontline workers and deskless employees.

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Frontline Worker and Deskless Employee Communication and Engagement Is On the Technology Map – New Report by Gartner

Since launching theEMPLOYEEapp in 2014, the focus of much technology research has been on those solutions focused on deskbound/knowledge workers, not the nearly 3 billion frontline workers and “deskless” employees who don’t use computers in their day jobs, don’t have corporate email addresses and don’t have access to corporate intranets.

Well, this has changed! In its recent report, “Eight Steps for Modernizing Employee Communications in the Digital Workplace,” Gartner has taken a deep dive into this important topic.

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Bringing Them Back: Internal communication strategies to keep furloughed workers engaged

COVID-19’s impact on all industries has been extensive. But now as organizations look to reopen, it’s key to think about how to bring workers back safely. These four strategies can be used to increase the likelihood of retaining employees. Click here to read the full article in IABC.

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Partnering for the Patient: Bringing Patient Experience and Internal Communications Closer Together

81% of healthcare organizations say that improvements to patient experience is a high priority, but only 11% feel they are capable of providing a positive customer experience (Reputation). This means that Patient Experience and Internal Communications teams have their work cut out for them. Patient experience (PX) being seen as a top priority was already Read more…

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Pandemic Planning: Responding to Coronavirus and Other Emerging Risks

As communications and human resources professionals face the challenge of managing workforces around the globe through this pandemic, the need for additional planning and preparedness tools is critical. What are the best ways to keep the lines of communication open with employees while also keeping them safe to do their job? While pandemics aren’t your Read more…

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Case Studies

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How Veterans United Drives Culture With Mobile

Veterans United Home Loans is the nation’s largest VA lender. They are headquartered in Columbia (MO), and were founded in 2002 by a pair of entrepreneurial brothers who continue to help shape Veterans United’s future. Learn more at www.veteransunited.com. Read more…

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