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As the winter of 98′ drew to a close, a windy night began. There was an accident among the trees. It was so windy that it was howling. I was laid in bed and was startled by a noise. The sound that changed history. When I beat my dad’s 6110 snake game, I couldn’t believe it.
And there, ladies and gentlemen, is how I began my journey into the world of social networking.
When programs they’ve been around for a while, they’re one of the few things that won’t go away anytime soon. Over time, they realized how to be a part of our activities and found their place as an important part of the team. Didn’t watch the game last night? YouTube is your best friend. Do you need a taxi? Uber has your back. Is the food finished? Fresh Direct is here to deliver.
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Viewing the connection-ship
Remember when your friend told you to make it internal communication app for your company, but you thought the idea was too simple and decided to give up?
Consider this: He was right.
Don’t mind me, I just wrote this in my diary last night. However, let me explain why he was right.
Communication is important. I’m sure we can all think of situations in our lives where better communication could have prevented unnecessary stress and conflict. If you’ve come to that conclusion, then you’re well on board good communication. But don’t just stop at the ship, let me show you around the different rooms of the ship, the most important of which is the engine room.
Why you should consider getting an internal communication program for your company
It helps to access data easily:
All information must be easily accessible, easy to understand, and above all, provided to those who need it. Can you imagine what happened to someone who “didn’t get the message” and failed to follow instructions? It doesn’t matter where you are or what time it is, you can access your apps using your mobile phone. With just a few taps, you can reach all your employees and deliver any message you choose. You can see who received, opened and responded to your announcement, and you can come back at any time.
Time is saved, information is delivered efficiently, and employees have less trouble doing their jobs because of how the process works.
Improve your communication skills with your employees:
If sending an email is like sending your child to play with his friends, then sending an employee a direct message is like taking your child to play, both of you. It builds rapport, builds trust and brings you closer to the host. It will strengthen their faith and self-confidence, which will ultimately benefit you. Your employees can respond to your posts by liking, commenting or replying.
The desktop-less workforce is on the rise
Do you realize that almost 80% of workers do not have their own office? I know! It’s a lot of money. The number of people working in health care, transportation, manufacturing, education, food, emergency aid, construction and maintenance will make this reasonable. Making a employee relations work it’s a no-brainer if you work in agriculture, education, healthcare, construction, hospitality or transport – all of which rely heavily on effective communication.
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Why do employers get lost in the idea of an employee engagement program?
It’s no secret why: Developing an app is time-consuming and expensive. But here’s the thing: No, it doesn’t have to be that way! For the simple reason that the no-code movement is growing again these days. Because of the coming of codeless platformsthese days, it’s possible to create an effective employee relations program for your company in less than an hour for under $100, with the hard work of planning already done for you.
No work can be done without communication with employees; using third-party software to do so when you can build your own software is like renting a duplex when you have enough money to buy your own. With no-code software developers, you can create an interactive app in a few clicks and under a hundred dollars, so what’s your excuse?