Every month the Red e App team curates a list of tips and articles about internal comms and mobile tech for our monthly newsletter. Here is a rundown of the content included in the July 2016 version. Enter your email at the bottom of the page to get content like this from us every month. 

Do you conduct employee surveys?

Surveys are a great way to gauge employee engagement and what you can do to improve it, but they can have negative effects if they aren’t done with a purpose and a plan. How can you prevent failure?

#1) Communication is a key component to the success of your employee engagement survey. At minimum, communicate during the three phases below:

  • Before: Make sure your employees know what the survey is about and what it will be used for.
  • During: Continually promote the survey while it’s open to maximize employee participation.
  • After: Communicate the results on a team level and lay out a detailed plan for action.

7 Reasons Employee Surveys Fail (And How to Prevent it)

Job Satisfaction Hits a 10-Year High

But it’s still below 50%. “The elements with the strongest correlation to overall satisfaction include growth potential, internal communication, recognition, performance reviews and wages”

Read the article from the Wall Street Journal

Mobile-friendly recruiting

Don’t miss out on recruits that could be a great fit because you don’t have a mobile-friendly search and application process. 69% of 18-29-year-olds are using a smartphone to search for information about a job.

3 steps to make sure your recruiting experience is mobile-friendly.

 

US smartphone user penetration

Next year, 91.6% of working adults (18-64) will be communicating, managing tasks and banking via a smartphone. That will be 97%+ by 2020.

Mobile is king, all other channels are squires

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