Do your employees lumber around acting like cubicle-dwelling, corporate office-drones? If so, your people might need something to get them more engaged in the business. Because until they feel truly involved, their productivity and morale are going to tank.
Today’s modern workforce is tired of working harder, being left-out of business decisions that affect them directly, and having awkward water-cooler conversations with coworkers they barely know. Office alienation gets old fast, and employees are demanding better.
As employees struggle to find their place and voice in organizations, progressive organizations are searching for ways to provide it and — you guessed it — social collaboration ranks high on their lists.
Businesses are using Enterprise Social Networks to help employees work smarter, not harder. And to help connect them to coworkers, whether they’re in different offices, different countries, or even different timezones.
With Enterprise Social, work isn’t a drag and companies are seeing boosts in both morale and productivity, so I’d say it’s a win-win. But don’t take my word for it, hear it for yourself.
Watch the video below, “How tibbr connects employees” and learn how three leading corporations, in three different industries, are using enterprise social to make work easier and employees happier.