When it comes to employee communications, it's incredible how a simple 'message can reduce frustration at all levels of an organization, especially if you have a distributed workforce. Or how employees who understand their benefits are happier and more productive. Blink's mobile employee communication app can do things that a simple branded company intranet, O365, and GSuite can't, like keep track of next year's production schedule, employee scheduling, news and information, employee surveys, connect employees to HR and help create a rock-solid company culture that improves employee retention.
Lengthy threads and irrelevant content do more than just frustrate employees; these poor communications affect your bottom line. Instead, what's accomplished in meetings and email threads can be checked off more quickly and more efficiently with Blink and digital communications.
Whether you're looking ahead to next quarter or next year, or needing to wrap your head around Covid-19 crisis communications, you can get your team up to speed on Blink.
Your yearly calendar shouldn't be hard to find. Make it easier for employees to request time off any time with Blink's employee app.
Employees can find what they need, when they need it, whether it's a shared file or next month's calendar - no emails required.
You can share any changes to your company's benefits packages in Blink. When employees have questions? They can ask them right in the app.
The people in your organization will be more engaged because they know they can share their ideas, concerns and even fun stuff in Blink at any time.
Employees in the field will feel more like part of your team when using Blink because they have access to all of the same resources your in-office workers do.
Can an employee app become the backbone of your entire internal communications plan? In short, yes! Unlike a traditional intranet, Blink can reach employees in the field, at home – or even on annual leave – it is a one-stop communications hub, and can be integrated seamlessly with other apps your teams are already using, so employees only have to log into a single portal to stay up-to-date and stay connected with simple push notifications that reach them where they are. So why not commit to using productivity tools that empower your employees to be more productive?
Your workers want to make the most of their skills and strengths, and Blink is the employee app that lets them do that. Unlike most intranets and employee apps, Blink keeps information flowing in both directions. You can disseminate information efficiently and be sure that employees have seen your top-down messages. They can share their input, opinions and customer insights and with management, or reach out to their colleagues using the employee directory. Staff feedback can be an invaluable asset when you're planning for your company's future.
Ron Quaranto, Executive VP of Operations · Cataldo Ambulance Services Inc
The modern employee expects more from work than traditional, top-down internal comms. They want to be part of a business that prioritises workplace communication, where they can meet the team both virtually and in person. The digital workplace of the future gives them instant access to basic necessities like hr documents, payroll documents and company news alongside Covid-19 resources. That’s where employee mobile apps can help. Not only do they help your entire workforce feel more safe, connected and engaged, the app allows frontline workers and deskless workers to feel involved. So if you’re looking for reasons to implement an employee app for employee engagement and communication, there you have it. When it comes to increasing productivity and employee advocacy, internal comms apps truly are your best bet.