4 ways to reach employees without computer access

Disconnected workers shouldn’t be ignored, but engaged. Here are some ways to accomplish just that.

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Numerous studies (Gallup, Hay Group, Modern Survey) have looked at the importance of employee engagement. Employee engagement boosts company performance, innovation, job satisfaction and more. It is important to ensure you effectively communicate with your entire workforce—not just the employees in the office.

Employees connected to the company’s server and infrastructure are obviously easy to reach, and can provide great insight into your communications strategy’s effectiveness. But you may also need to reach employees with varying degrees of connectivity for your strategy to be successful.

Additionally, even connected employees may at times be disconnected from your corporate infrastructure. You need to ensure you can reach them during those times.

Here are a few strategies to engage disconnected workers:

1. Develop a mobile strategy.

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