How engaged and motivated are your employees at work? If you’re not sure of the answer to this question, there’s a good chance that your company is like many others out there:
according to a Gallup survey only 36% of U.S. employees were engaged in their jobs - meaning they didn’t feel connected to, motivated or enthusiastic about their work.
This problem has been worsening in recent times:
a report by the Conference Board found that employee job satisfaction had decreased since the COVID-19 pandemic began, with only 47% of U.S. employees reporting being satisfied with their jobs.
Overall, boosting employee motivation can have a significant impact on the success of the company, the satisfaction of its employees, and the quality of its products or services. Finding innovative ways to motivate employees and build a positive company culture can help you achieve this.
How often do you take stock of the internal communications tools that you’re using to communicate with employees? If you’re still relying on traditional internal communications channels, it’s really time you updated and embraced digital tools, such as workplace digital signage.
When your organization is affected by an emergency, taking every step possible to ensure the safety of your employees and other stakeholders is critical. Using alerts and digital signage that is available through emergency notification software can help to enhance your safety measures.
Hospital IT departments have an essential role to play in assisting hospital staff to manage and care for patients. These systems are so essential and ingrained into modern-day hospitals that it can literally be a matter of life or death if they stop working effectively.
If you’re overhauling your internal communication processes, you should pay attention to digital signage. This is an internal communication channel you may not have thought about, but one that is on the rise.