Last updated on December 7, 2023 at 11:26 am
Frontline Employee Mobile App
An employee mobile app for your frontline and deskless workers.
Give employees access to a mobile-first resource and communication hub to boost their engagement and connection to the company.
Improve your employees’ day-to-day experience to boost performance, safety, and retention.
News Feed Engagement
Frontline employees and deskless workers can easily engage with content including commenting and liking with our easy to use news feed. Employees can:
Receive notifications of new posts and news feed items
View key notifications and items on the top bar carousel
Search for news posts, comments, hashtags and more
Confirm receipt when opening key communications
Save and download content
Push Notifications & Broadcast Alerts
Alert your frontline and deskless workers of emergencies and critical events with broadcast alerts. Send out push notifications when launching new content and news feed items.
Broadcast alerts for critical emergencies and events
Select groups for each broadcast alert
Schedule push notifications with news feed and content posts
Designed to scale and send high volumes of alerts when needed
Logins, Passwords & Security
Easy and secure sign up and registration for your workforce. Frontline and deskless workers do not need company-provided email to use the employee mobile app.
Download from Apple Store or Google Play
Self register without company email
Add pin code or touch id for additional security
Single Sign On available for ease of use
“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.”