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The Importance of Transparency for a Healthy Company Culture

Posted by Andy G. Schmidt on May 4, 2021 6:01:00 PM

Companies have changed the way they do business.

A rigid hierarchy that restricted the flow of information and negatively impacted employee communications used to be the norm. Communication between employees and their supervisors was often limited, and organizational transparency was practically nonexistent.

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Topics: Hospitality, Video, Internal Communications, Employee Experience, Best Practice, Use-Case

12 Reasons an Employee App Makes Your Business More Successful

Posted by Andy G. Schmidt on Aug 13, 2020 9:30:00 AM

The key to any successful business is communication. After all, communication is essential in every aspect of company operations, from onboarding new employees to introducing new policies. When employees are well-informed, they perform better, are more productive, and feel happier in their workplace.

Here are 12 reasons why you’ll achieve greater success by prioritizing effective communication and using a great employee app.

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Internal Communications, Employee Experience, Best Practice, Use-Case

The Best Ways to Align Hotel Operations Across Hospitality Teams

Posted by Andy G. Schmidt on May 7, 2020 10:34:00 AM

Creating an internal communications culture across multiple properties can be hard. The same is true for managing hotel operations across a diversified portfolio. It can be tough to know how to blend these various cultures and brand identities on the local level while ensuring organization-wide alignment.

How can hospitality property managers bridge the multi-location cultural divide, and ensure smooth hotel operations?

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Topics: Hospitality, Internal Communications, Employee Experience, Operational Efficiency, Use-Case

It’s Not You. . . It’s Your Tech That’s the Problem

Posted by Andy G. Schmidt on Feb 4, 2020 9:30:00 AM

One of the biggest operational challenges faced by companies with a large percentage of frontline workers is high turnover rates.

When your workplace becomes a revolving door of new staff members, your bottom line starts to struggle. Constantly having to recruit and train new employees gets expensive. Very expensive.

There are a number of reasons why turnover rates are so high among frontline workers. Here are just a few.

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Topics: Retail, Hospitality, Logistics, Manufacturing, F&B, Employee Experience, Best Practice, Operational Efficiency, Use-Case

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