Maybe your employees are avoiding the important news you post on the intranet. Perhaps they regard the whole platform as a snooze and seldom go there.
What to do? Leading companies are making the intranet a fun, vital hub for their work, from sharing documents to posting employee photos.
A free tip sheet from Ragan Communications and BrightStarr offers suggestions for jazzing up your intranet. Whether you’re looking for an intranet overhaul or new elements to add, download “10 Features for Creating an Intranet That Employees Will Love.”
To get employees involved, “make it personal, and make it relevant,” says Tracey Grove, internal communications director at Microsoft’s 21,000-employee worldwide services unit.
The tip sheet explains why mobility extends beyond responsive design to “rethinking [the intranet] so that it is relevant to people who are not sitting at their desk,” says Shel Holtz of Holtz Communication + Technology.