We have hit the end of 2020 and what a whirlwind this whole year has been. A year full of uncertainty seems to have gone by incredibly slow yet also astonishingly fast. When Simpplr had to shift gears to transition to a remote work lifestyle (as did the rest of the world), we didn’t expect it to stretch out for the whole year. 2020 certainly kept us busy so we would like to use this time to recognize the achievements, retrospect on lessons learned, and celebrate a crazy year that will certainly go down in history.
As 2021 approaches (with hopefully good news), we wanted to share the top 10 blogs of 2020:
Simpplr Research interviewed several communication experts and practitioners to understand how communication needs are constantly evolving. In this eBook, we’ve highlighted 10 emerging internal communications best practices that are helping companies manage their crisis communication, keep their distributed employees connected, and make the most of recent changes.
Forrester released The Forrester Wave™: Intranet Platforms, Q2 2020 report, and named Simpplr a Leader in Intranet Platforms! We’re so grateful to have received this recognition and we couldn’t have done it without our customers and partners.
Simpplr is excited to announce the official launch of The Simpplr Podcast! In the midst of remote work, we wanted to find a way to share the best tips and tricks to engage your employees and keep them aligned with company news.
As a majority of the workforce transitioned to a remote work policy, we launched a series to help organizations keep employees engaged and informed during this time.
In an effort to celebrate women who are changing the world, we want to take this opportunity to recognize some of the smartest and hardest-working women in the communications field in honor of Women’s History Month in 2020.
With a new generation entering the workforce, it’s worth taking a look at what makes Millennials different in the workplace and how organizations need to adapt to retain talent in this fast-moving generation.
COVID-19 changed how companies communicate with their employees overnight. Here is how your organization can manage your crisis communication using an intranet to keep your distributed employees connected, and make the most of the unprecedented situation.
Having multiple kinds of technology is key to empower employees to work efficiently, but we must recognize how to appropriately use each remote work tool to not only keep employees productive but to preserve company culture and connection.
The State of Internal Communications 2021 is Simpplr’s latest research on how employee communications have been impacted, comparing survey data in May and September 2020.
In what may be deemed a rough year, Simpplr was recognized as a winner of the 2020 Bay Area Best Places to Work, an awards program presented by the San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
Thank You for sticking with us as we navigated this crazy year and we look forward to bringing you more employee communication content in 2021!