Last updated on October 31, 2021 at 02:33 pm

Communicate Confidently

With theEMPLOYEEapp, you can reach your frontline workers with the critical messages and information they need. Learn how your organization can be up and running in one day.

Internal comms Strategy Best Practices

Read this blog by internal communications expert Amy Jenkins to learn how to effectively communicate during crisis and prepare for vaccine distribution communications.

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Benefits

Leadership and Manager Communication

Empower frontline managers and physicians to be stronger communicators with shift notes, real-time COVID-19 updates, vaccine distribution FAQs, and more.

Information Targeting

Engage and communicate directly with your frontline staff with messages targeted towards their department, specialty, or shift.

Critical Care and Crisis Communication

Ensure critical care and crisis communication messages are easily accessible, and break through the noise with targeted alerts and push notifications.

Key Features

Read Receipts

Ensure compliance with key crisis messaging with Read Receipts.

Explore

Organize COVID-19 and crisis information in the Explore tab of the app. Users can easily search in Explore to quickly find what they need.

Alerts and Push Notifications

Target important updates and reminders to employee groups.

Our Success Stories

Learn how industry leaders use
the app to unite their teams.

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Don’t Wait to Share Critical Information

Less than a year after launching theEMPLOYEEapp, the COVID-19 pandemic began sweeping across the U.S. As a large healthcare organization serving populations in New York, UHS was able to use the app to communicate constant policy changes, reach furloughed staff, and keep their employees safe.

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Save Lives With Mobile Communication

Avera Health has used theEMPLOYEEapp for crisis communication since they launched the platform. But once COVID-19 swept across the country, they believe the app may have even saved lives.

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