Last updated on April 19, 2023 at 12:05 am
theEMPLOYEEapp is an employee engagement & communication app made for frontline workers. We understand the challenges of getting critical, time-sensitive updates to manufacturing teams, and building culture & engagement, all while maintaining a safety culture.
Streamline & Simplify Comms
Manufacturing workers don’t have time to check multiple channels while on the floor. That’s why our app is a central hub of resources and information.
Ensure Shop Floor Safety
Decreasing safety incidents is a top manufacturing objective. Give employees access to trainings, safety reminders, and knowledge checks all from one mobile platform.
Improve Union Relations
An equitable, targeted & personalized internal comms strategy can help build a positive culture. Target content across multiple profiles to reach your audiences.
Key Employee App Features for Manufacturing
Create and organize impactful internal communications for your frontline and deskless workforce.
Push Notifications & Alerts send instant notifications to employees in a crisis/urgent situation
Read Receipts help you track compliance
Content Hub & Search make it easier & faster to find information
Reach employees without needing an email address
Employee App ROI in Manufacturing
Manufacturing customers have achieved some big wins with their employee apps.
Increase culture and employee engagement scores.
Reach high adoption even among your hard to reach teams.
Improve safety compliance and reduce safety incidents.
“I love that we finally have a way to effectively engage and communicate with employees while out of the office.”
“We have employees who don’t take their computers home or have work email on their phones. This helps them stay connected no matter where they are.”
“Our employees appreciate an app that keeps them up-to-date. theEMPLOYEEapp has exceptional service and provide quick responses.”
“The app keeps our team members connected. A lot of our team members use shared workstations, this allows them to have access on their own devices.”