In this digital age, companies waste thousands of dollars on ineffectual print communications because no one wants to read them. Look around any employee break room and you’ll see discarded flyers, most of which were simply pushed aside without even being looked at. Eyes are not captured by a message scribbled on a white board, much less by the neon pieces of paper that are intended to serve as reminders but instead wind up in the trash can.
Retriever Digital Signage is designed with scenarios like this in mind. Human Resources can update the content on screens placed throughout the building. Hallways, breakrooms and even locker rooms are all prime viewing locations that can be utilized to capture your employees’ attention. Let go of the colored fliers, handwritten messages and staff emails. Move your employee communication into the 21st century and stop struggling with attempts to communicate meetings and events.
Using the platform with Retriever Digital Signage, you can keep your employees informed and up to date in a timely manner. As an added bonus, you can use the screens to serve as a digital award platform and keep the rest of the company alerted to sales milestones, employee of the month and any media coverage your company may be attracting!
We’ve shown you before how Retriever Digital Signage can be used for external communications and this is no exception. In fact, this is an excellent example of how to combine both an external and internal communication needs. The internal signage unit serves to communicate company policy, encouragement for a job well done and employee information. In the meantime, screens in your lobby can be connected to the external unit and serve more as a PR/marketing tool. Visitors to your company can be learning more about what services you offer, reading image-enhancing content or messages from corporate.
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Step out and incorporate the Retriever Digital Signage into your employee communications. Stop throwing away fliers every week that were never read; catch their attention and keep them coming back for more information in what is sure to become their favorite method of company-wide communication.