StaffConnect App Transforms How YMCA Reaches, Communicates and Engages with Network of 4,700 Onsite and Non-Desk Employees
London and San Francisco, CA (September 5, 2017) – StaffConnect, provider of the world’s leading enterprise mobile employee engagement platform, today announced the YMCA of Greater Charlotte has selected its StaffConnect Mobile App Platform to build levels of engagement with its network of 4,700 onsite and non-desk employees (NDEs).
New eBook Explains Criticality of Employee Engagement for Nonprofits and Current Roadblocks, as well as Offers Immediately Actionable Advice for Success
London and San Francisco, CA (August 15, 2017) – StaffConnect, provider of the world’s leading enterprise mobile employee engagement platform, today announced the availability of a new eBook entitled, “How to Solve the Employee Engagement Crisis for Not-for-Profit Organizations.” The new eBook explains why employee engagement is critical for today’s nonprofit organizations and what issues stand in its way. It goes on to offer immediately actionable advice for how today’s nonprofit can inspire the highest levels of employee and volunteer engagement. In doing so, a nonprofit can reach its full potential, including raising increased funding and donations, and attracting the ideal new employees and volunteers, while retaining and improving the productivity and results of its current workforce.
No Longer Just an HR Issue – Direct Link Shown Between Lack of Employee Engagement and Negative Impact on Business Performance, Corporate Profits, Shareholder Value and Bottom Line – by as Much as 202%
London and San Francisco, CA (July 19, 2017) – StaffConnect Group, provider of the world’s leading enterprise mobile employee engagement platform, today announced the availability of a new eBook entitled, “Can Technology Solve the Employee Engagement Crisis?” The new eBook proves out why this is no longer just an HR issue, drawing the direct inarguable link between a lack of employee engagement and the negative impact on business performance, reflected in declining corporate profits, shareholder value and the bottom line – by as much as 202%.