LONDON – September 16th, 2021.German COYO and Finnish Smarp announced they would merge both SaaS companies to become a global leader in the employee communications and employee engagement software space.
In the world of extensive information overload, organizations need to define a clear internal employee newsletter strategy to help employees stay informed while eliminating information overload.
With the increase of remote work, hybrid workplace, and distributed workforce, asynchronous communication has become the new normal for many organizations. Remote work is here to stay and many companies now understand that this is the preferred way of working for many employees.
The way employees communicate and collaborate has changed substantially in recent years. Employee engagement software is becoming more and more common in organizations of all sizes and for a good reason. Research shows that companies with engaged employees outperform those without by a whopping 202%.
Deskless workers make a significant portion of the overall global workforce. Still, employers have a long way to go in empowering their deskless employees for success. Moreover, deskless workers are often “forgotten” by their employers who tend to be more focused on their deskbound employees.
If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably caught on to the value an internal communications app can bring to your organization. Whether it’s employee experience, strategic alignment or simply getting the right information to the right employee at the right time, mobile apps have risen to the forefront of internal communications strategy in 2021.
The importance of communication in the workplace is inevitable. Moreover, improving workplace communication has become one of the most important business priorities in 2020, and this trend continues to grow.
Effective management communication is one of the biggest drivers for organizational success. Moreover, organizations with well-set management communications strategies have a significant competitive advantage over those who neglect the importance of communication in the workplace.