Your employees' field of action has long since ceased to be limited to the traditional office. Today, the hybrid workplace is the norm and employees can work anywhere and anytime, whether it be at home, in satellite offices, at the customer’s premises, or even out on the road.
This reality has created new challenges, and companies need to become flexible and adapt. Their main focus needs to be on staying connected with their employees and keeping open communication between them.
This is where an intranet comes in. Your company can use an intranet as a two-way channel to share news and company updates with employees, and also provide a place where employees can access information and find answers to their work-related questions.
Do your employees need to see what was posted about the company on LinkedIn? Or maybe someone needs to order refreshments for a customer meeting. Someone may need to submit a request for time off or holidays… or how about getting access to the company’s HR policies or some information on current training programs? An intranet can provide a host of useful tools and information for your employees and they only have to do one thing: log in.