An employee app can help minimize disruption to operations by keeping your employees connected in unexpected situations, regardless of where they're working.
It doesn't necessarily take a global crisis such as the Coronavirus to urge organizations to introduce home office work at large scale to keep their operations going – local weather events or similar disasters, such as the bushfires that hit Australia in early 2020 are sufficient to disrupt work routines, processes and teams.
For LiveTiles and many other companies, this has led to redefining how we communicate in times of crisis. In the workplace, technology can help minimize disruption to operations by keeping employees – especially those who work remotely or at home – connected, regardless of where they are. In times of uncertainty, communication is key to help businesses safeguard their employees and navigate the unpredictable.
LiveTiles initiated the online event series «Corporate Communications Online Events» − a weekly webinar where we discuss the latest trends, challenges and solutions.
Our first event, Corporate Communications In Times of Disruption, will interest corporate communicators, tech decision makers and employee experience creators.
In times of emergency, an employee app gives companies the ability to send updates and alerts to employees instantly. However, it’s equally important to have two-way communication to receive feedback from your staff, especially with a globally and physically distributed workforce. We have compiled a list of key Condense features and best practices to leverage during a crisis.
LiveTiles has a tradition of offering free use of its tools for wellbeing purposes under our LiveSmiles initiative. It is under this heritage that we are making our Condense employee app available as an extended 6 months trial, fully functional and free of charge.
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