At the start of 2020, it was business as usual. But by mid-March, the world as we know it changed as COVID-19 emerged. Companies quickly pivoted to new operating models to navigate the roadblocks and challenges the pandemic created, but their success was limited by the strength of their internal communication.
On average, a frontline worker spends three hours per week looking for information they need to do their job. That’s why internal communication trends like digital enablement for frontline workers are becoming a top priority for companies — especially in a post-COVID environment. As efficiency and productivity become top of mind for business executives, companies are looking for new ways to reduce overhead, improve output, and digitize their company communications.
Now is the time to make sure you have the right technology in place to create a thriving digital workplace for your frontline employees so you can rebuild and recover in 2021.
Our white paper will show you how to:
- Achieve organizational alignment through targeted, operational communications.
- Prioritize digital enablement to build a more resilient workforce.
- Improve frontline worker safety and training through cutting-edge communications technology and frontline worker enablement.