Learn how to bring firstline workers into the Digital Workplace - Webinar October 28, 2020

Urs Wermelinger
01.10.20 12:00

For firstline workers, COVID-19 has led to massive acceleration in the digitalisation of work and brought the importance of employee experience and inclusion into sharper focus. In particular, the opportunity is being seized to bring ALL employees into the digital workplace, such as deskless, mobile, frontline, temporary and volunteer workers.


Businesses too are increasingly using savvy mobile solutions to increase their Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) and see results rise for improved employee satisfaction, engagement and inclusion while successfully managing the challenge to sustain and develop organisational culture in a more decentralized and inclusive digital workplace. Frontline workers need mobile, always-on tools to enable them to provide services to the public.

Takeaways will include: 

  • How to provide a consumer-grade, mobile experience to bring everyone into the digital workplace, no matter their role, device or location.  
  • Leveraging the value of personalized news and targeted information to overcome information overload.  
  • Learn how driving organic storytelling and creating content on-the-go empowers employees and builds employee advocacy.  

Join LiveTiles CTO Patrick Püntener, together with ClearBox Founder and Director, Sam Marshall, for an insightful and topical webinar that will provide useful and actionable recommendations on how to bring all workers into the digital workplace, no matter their role, location or device.

Date: October 28, 2020, 15:00 - 16:00 hrs (CET)


C&C_SamMarshall-CIRLCE-clearbox Sam Marshall, ClearBox Founder and Director
Patrick Puentener Patrick Püntener, CTO LiveTiles


Can’t join live? No worries. Still register and we will send you the recording and related assets following the session.

The virtual event will be in English.



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