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beeekeeper product release notes november 2017

Beekeeper Product Release Notes November 2017

We’ve made some big changes since the last product release updates! Here’s what you can start using this month and some you can look forward to in upcoming months.

Release Highlights

    • Android navigation redesign (Android) – This week we released a new interface for the Android version of the Beekeeper app. The stream, chats, and notification tabs moved to the bottom of the screen. The app menu, also known as the “More” tab, is also at the bottom of the screen (similar to the iOS app) and the stream switcher is now at the top left. Click here for more details about the new Android interface and why we made these changes.
    • New android interface

    • Navigation extensions interface (Dashboard) – To streamline access to Navigation Extensions, we’ve finished the interface that enables you to create and edit extensions from your Dashboard. To access the Navigation Extensions interface, look under the “Extensions” tab in the Dashboard.
    • Navigation extension UI

    • Start a new campaign or survey by cloning an existing one – To help you save time reaching your colleagues, this new feature allows you to clone existing surveys and campaigns from the Dashboard. You can easily make modifications to fit the context of your next communications.
    • clone survey

    • Dashboard in German and English (Dashboard) – To serve our growing base of international system administrators, this month we implemented the necessary changes to translate our Dashboard in multiple languages. We currently support English and German. More languages will be added according to demand.
    • Database encryption in all data centers (Hosting Infrastructure) – All our data centers are now running fully encrypted databases. This completes the encryption of our system and is a step towards the privacy and legal requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Everything Else

    • Message Receipts (web, Android, API) – The team has built the API and Android and web app components of our upcoming Message Receipts feature. We are still working on the iOS components, so look out for the feature release in January!
    • To accommodate our expanding user base, we’ve translated the web and mobile apps in Brazilian Portuguese, Turkish, and Romanian.
    • The app now warns users about unsaved content when navigating away from the compose box in Streams.
    • User’s “last seen” time, which is the last time they used Beekeeper, is now available in the profile view on the web and iOS apps. It will be on Android soon.
    • To open chat details, you can simply click a group chat’s avatar (Android).
    • Link previews in chats show two lines of text instead of one (Android).
    • When an image is loading, a placeholder appears instead of just a gray background (Android).

    The Beekeeper product team is always fine-tuning the platform to create a better experience for our customers. Hopefully these will make your app experience more enjoyable and you saw some features coming up that you requested!

    For more information about Beekeeper and specific features, check out our Help Center or contact us. Or let us know what features you would like enhanced or added in future releases!
Beekeeper product release notes october 2017

Beekeeper Product Release Notes October 2017

We’ve officially launched the Beekeeper Marketplace with some very helpful apps and integrations you’ll want to start connecting to the Beekeeper app. Beyond the Marketplace, you can also start enjoying some new app features this month.
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top 10 international events for CIOs

Top 10 International Events for CIOs

Although organizations are still recovering from the economic downturn freezing or cutting budgets, they’re regaining strength and global IT spending is expected to increase in the coming years. The economy has started swinging in the right direction, however, there is still a ways to go.

A CIO’s role is more important than ever as digital continues to drive and even replace manual processes. Business goals have changed and CIO’s are tasked with finding emerging opportunities paving the way for the digital transformation.

Topics like ROI, cybersecurity, AI, and collaboration are top of mind for any CIO. To remain at the forefront of innovation and find the latest technology solutions, it’s crucial to attend events with other industry leaders. Finding the right event for your company can be a time-consuming process. That’s why we’ve done the work for you!

Here are the top 10 international events for CIOs:

1. Gartner Symposium/ITxpo

Gartner is the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. Every year they host the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo, specifically designed for CIOs and Senior IT executives. Held on November 5-9 in Barcelona, Spain, 6,000+ Gartner analysts, industry experts, solution providers, CIOs and senior IT executives will discuss the digital transformation and key topics surrounding technology, leadership, and business strategy. Featured speakers include Gartner analysts and business leaders from top companies like Amazon and SAP.

Here you’ll find a wealth of networking opportunities and be able to share best practices across all industries. With 130+ solution providers filling the ITxpo showcase, you’re bound to find solutions that will work perfectly for your team. Perhaps the most valuable and unique benefits are the CIO story sessions and one-on-ones with 140+ Gartner analysts. The CIO story sessions feature CIOs who share practical examples putting their own digital leadership into practice. The one-on-one meetings allow you to get personal, tailored advice and help you explore new ways to approach critical challenges.

2. CIO Summit

The CIO Summit, hosted by CDM Media, is their flagship event where IT leaders and strategists meet to tackle industry challenges and explore developing trends. Happening November 12-14, 2017 at Fairmont Scottsdale Princess in Scottsdale, Arizona, the CIO Summit agenda offers a balanced schedule of focused educational sessions, keynote speeches, open forums, panel discussions, think tanks, and one-on-one meetings designed to inspire and put theory into action. This is the perfect chance to meet IT executives from industries including, but not limited to, healthcare, telecom, education, finance, and government.

Speakers include CIOs from big names like Volvo, CBS, Mastercard, McKesson and many more. If networking is your game, there’s no lack of networking opportunities, even after the day’s events are over. You can even watch the event’s golf tournament to get better acquainted with attendees. You’ll leave the event with new contacts and ideas to spearhead new IT initiatives.

3. Oracle OpenWorld

Considered the industry’s most important business and technology conference, Oracle OpenWorld has it all, including live performances by Ellie Goulding and Usher. Coming up October 1-5 in the world’s tech capital, San Francisco, CA, at OpenWorld you’ll see tens of thousands of attendees all there to gain valuable insights into trends and leverage the cloud for innovation and growth.

If you’re looking for a huge event rather than an intimate environment, this is the place to be. With more than 2,500 educational sessions led by Oracle customers and partners, you’ll get to hear their first-hand experiences and be inspired to bring learnings back to your own company. Focus areas include app development, AI, customer experience, big data and analytics, IoT, security, IT operations and so much more. After seeing hundreds of demos, interactive labs, and exhibitions, you’ll walk away with new knowledge about cloud technologies and maybe even bring home a new solution for your teams.

4. Intra.NET Reloaded

Intra.NET Reloaded is the perfect place to see how intranets, the digital workplace, and internal communications work together to optimize business processes. The demand for mobile, cloud, and collaboration is growing as businesses scale, and this event aims to prepare for that transition. Everyone who is in the internal communication and digital workplace scene will be there, either in Boston (April 26-27, 2018)or London (November 27-28, 2017).

You’ll walk away with more practical knowledge than you thought possible. Gain insights on how to develop and integrate a customized employee intranet that is both informative and engaging and organize cross-unit collaboration projects. Experts will teach you how to create purposeful and engaging content, find solutions to your intranet challenges, and exchange best practices on how to set up an integrated social collaboration and communication infrastructure. All the skills and contacts you’ll gain will help you transform from a traditional intranet to a successful global digital workplace.

5. Enterprise Mobility Transformation Exchange

If your specific interest is in mobile IT, the Enterprise Mobility Transformation Exchange is for you. This is an invitation-only forum held in both the U.S. and Europe where C-Suite, VPs and Directors of Mobile, IT, Architecture, Field Service, Fleet Management, and Operations will meet to transform IT strategy. (Both event locations have passed this year, so be sure to look out for the 2018 dates.) Here you’ll learn what strategies and solutions other companies are implementing, partake in intimate workshops, and develop business partnerships through interactive networking. All with the aim of managing security risks, productivity, adoption, and innovation in your own company.

The best thing about this forum is that you can build your own agenda by selecting case studies, panel debates, interactive roundtable discussions, and one-on-one meetings that reflect your current priorities. That way, your time is only spent on what will individually benefit you. Be sure to request your invitation well in advance to get a spot!

6. Enterprise Business Collaboration

Collaboration is the glue that holds every successful organization together. It’s impossible to reach your full potential if all the puzzle pieces don’t fit together. If effective collaboration is something your company needs to work on, you should give this event some serious thought. Held at the Hotel Oderberger in Berlin, Germany, the Enterprise Business Collaboration is where 200+ technology, business, and communication professionals come together to discuss challenges and opportunities for mobile, video, social, messaging, and virtualization tools that drive seamless collaboration.

The digital workplace requires just as much collaboration as the physical workplace, if not more. This international knowledge exchange covers content management, digital workplace initiatives, internal IT architecture—all the pieces that enable effective collaboration and dictate processes. Keynote speakers include IT leaders from MIT, NASA, and SIEMENS, and the workshops, briefings, panel discussions, and interactive world cafe sessions are chock-full of information you’ll be excited to bring back to the office. And with the icebreaker session and networking dinner, you’ll finally get to connect with those hard-to-meet executives in a relaxed setting.

7. The European CIO Conference

With only 100 CIOs from large European organizations, the European CIO Conference is the most intimate CIO event you can go to. This two-day meeting November 29-30 at the Dorint Hotel in Wiesbaden, Germany is the annual flagship event put on by the European CIO Association. The “EuroCIO” is the only independent European not-for-profit representative for the large IT users, both private and public.

Not only are CIOs tasked with staying ahead of the ever-evolving IT industry, they also have to think about changing regulations and cybersecurity threats. This event prepares you for the seen and unforeseen challenges facing IT executives that threaten a company’s security and profitability. Workshops include topics about cybersecurity, how business innovation can be supported by IT, artificial intelligence (AI), how to manage IT speed-up, autonomic platforms, GDPR and beyond, and industries 4.0. You’ll walk away armed with knowledge to think strategically and tackle these issues head on.

8. Gigaom AI

AI has been a futuristic subject, but for CIOs, the future has been here for a few years already. It’s their job to use both machine learning and AI to pull ahead of the pack in their industries. Gigaom AI will prepare you for the AI revolution and tell you how to implement AI in your organization so you don’t fall behind. Keep an eye out for the 2018 dates.

As a CIO, you’re probably in charge of spearheading the digital transformation and that definitely includes AI as it’s the quickest way to scale your business. This event is one of the few focused on how AI is used now, how to get started using it, and how to optimize it if you’re already utilizing it. It’s also a good introduction to how other departments will be using AI in the future. AI experts will teach you to be an intelligent machine master, prepare for AI-based shadow IT, and learn how to be competitive using AI and machine learning. Additionally, you can sign up for the hands-on “Using AI” workshop to gain a deeper understanding.

9. ForbesLIVE CIO Summit

ForbesLIVE CIO Summit gives you special access to the world’s most influential leaders, policy-makers, entrepreneurs, and artists. With this collective knowledge and power, you’ll learn how to address critical issues that have been blocking your IT goals and solve them with solutions you’ve never thought of before. Since the event is hosted by Forbes, it’s not surprising the speakers are off the charts: Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey, and Sir Richard Branson, just to name a few.

This conference focuses on helping CIOs build their own network of CIOs, CEOs, and VCs to accelerate their path to innovation. It’s an invitation-only event with a limited guest list to maintain an intimate, personalized setting. Request to attend in advance to score a seat!

10. CIO 100

Watch out for the 2018 date because you won’t want to miss this powerful gathering of CIOs and senior IT executives. CIO 100 is an annual conference that offers educational sessions around enterprise mobility, cloud, big data/analytics, social/collaboration tools, risk management, and disruptive technologies. Here you’ll achieve a fresh perspective and start evaluating new solutions to drive your company’s IT initiatives forward.

Included in the conference is the CIO 100 Award Ceremony and CIO Hall of Fame Induction, which honor CIOs who have implemented innovative strategies that greatly impacted their organizations. CIO 100 offers great networking opportunities with industry leaders who have profoundly shaped the IT/business landscape, demonstrating both creative vision and practical leadership in information technology. You’re guaranteed to leave inspired and with business cards from the most prominent men and women in the field.

To learn more about how a digital workplace and collaboration tool like Beekeeper can drive your IT initiatives, fill out the form below to schedule a free personal demo with our app experts.

Top 10 International Retail Events to Grow Your Business

Retail events are crucial for brand exposure, staying ahead of industry trends, meeting the right people, and shopping around for the latest technologies that bring value to your stores. With so many retail events out there, it’s hard to pinpoint which ones give you the biggest bang for your buck. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 international retail conferences and expos that specialize in a variety of areas.

You’re bound to find at least a few events that are right for your retail organization. Mark your calendars folks, here are some hot retail events you don’t want to miss!

1. NRF Retail’s Big Show

As NRF’s flagship event, Retail’s Big Show is a three-day expo and conference taking place January 14-16, 2018 at Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. It’s regarded as the largest retail event of the year because it draws the largest gathering of industry executives, thought leaders, and vendors to discuss industry trends and how to keep up with the digital transformation.

This event has everything from marketing, merchandising, mobile retailing, growth hacks, and so much more. You’ll get the opportunity to rub elbows with the biggest retail players and get the first glimpse of the upcoming technology solutions catered to retailers. Like the name suggests, this is where BIG things happen!

2. ICSC RECon

The ICSC Retail Real Estate Convention (RECon) is a three-day event (2018 date TBD) specifically geared toward retail real estate professionals from around the world. With over 37,000 attendees and 1,200 exhibitors, it’s the largest industry convention that provides a wealth of networking opportunities.

If you’re looking to expand your business or find new store locations, this is a great place to connect with professionals who have a breadth of experience in this area. This is also the place where deals get made, so come prepared with your pitch! Make sure to download the app prior to the show to get the most out of the weekend. Like the others, this event is packed with educational sessions and workshops so be sure to plan your time accordingly.

3. Retail Congress Asia Pacific

The Retail Congress Asia Pacific, a tradeshow and conference for retailers in the Asia Pacific region, will be held October 10-11 of this year at the Kerry Hotel in Hong Kong. It’s the premier information and networking event for retailers in this area. The Congress provides the opportunity to meet and build relationships with key decision makers from 25 countries. More than 350 delegates are set to attend the event this October and provide a fresh direction for the retail market.

This year’s theme, “Reshaping Retail in Asia Pacific: Survive and Prosper,” aims to prepare businesses for the unknown and better understand the modern customer. It will have a new format this year including the Ideas Factory that has 20-minute sessions designed to challenge and inspire, seven-minute presentations leading into heartier panel discussions, and Q&A/roundtable discussions. Bring your networking game to the next level by attending the gala dinner, cocktail reception, and retails awards. Be sure to download this year’s Congress App to connect with confirmed attendees and pre-book meetings.

4. HR Retail

HR Retail is an annual training conference for HR executives, specifically in the retail industry, that will be held April 10-12, 2018 (you’ve got plenty of time to prepare) at the Rancho Bernardo Inn in sunny San Diego, CA. It’s the perfect event for innovative HR professionals looking for new tools and strategies to address HR’s biggest challenges like how to attract top talent, development, employee engagement, and turnover and make a change to their people strategy.

The agenda is full of rich content from keynote speakers who are HR leaders from top brands like Levi Strauss, Macy’s, Lush, and Gap. They share their tips and tricks to help retailers implement successful HR initiatives. After this three-day event full of actionable sessions and unique networking opportunities, you’ll be prepared to tackle your day-to-day and strategy challenges head-on.

5. Retail Business Technology Expo

If you’re a European retailer looking for innovative tools, services, and other solutions that can help you grow your business, boost productivity, and enhance the customer experience, the Retail Business Technology Expo is the event for you. Held May 2-3, 2018 in Olympia, London, this expo offers numerous conferences and seminars where attendees can learn about transformational ideas, information, and products to run your retail organization more effectively.

The expo covers issues in numerous categories including ecommerce, finance, marketing, merchandising, supply chain, and the list goes on. It’s a must for anyone responsible for purchasing decisions, including IT, eCommerce, payments, marketing, loss prevention, finance, supply chain, profit protection, operations, HR, and security.

6. World Retail Congress

The World Retail Congress event, hosted April 17-19 in Madrid, Spain next year, brings together over 1,000 global industry leaders to address the evolving consumer demands and the future of retail. There are countless reasons to attend, including those we named in previous events, but this one has some unique offerings.

Here you can network with retail leaders and decision makers from more than 65 countries and be a part of an exclusive CEO program. This is an invitation-only program throughout the three-day event designed to connect CEOs, discuss each day’s biggest learnings, participate in leadership mentoring, and gain exclusive access to keynote speakers and intel for off-site networking events. Past speakers include the CEO of Neiman Marcus, Head of Future Retail for BMW, Global Managing Director of Alibaba, and Global VP of Coca-Cola.

7. NG Retail Summit

NG Retail is a three-day summit held October 18-20 of this year at the Fairmont Mayakoba in the tropical Riviera Maya, Mexico. With three summit themes, 15 workshops and 150+ retail executives, this event provides a more intimate setting and comprehensive/collaborative approach to learning.

Programs are tailored to helping attendees implement their key projects more effectively by gaining an in-depth understanding of project needs, desired business outcomes, and challenges they face when trying to hit their goals. If you have forward-thinking projects in mind to take your business to the next level, this is the place to get the implementation strategies you need from those who have already mastered it.

8. Shop.org Digital Retail Summit

The shop.org Digital Retail Summit, happening September 25-27 this year at the LA Convention Center, is a key event for anyone who wants to learn more about ecommerce, online marketing, and mobile commerce. Its main focus is on techniques and technologies that will help you increase ROI and profitability in the digital retail space.

Attended by thousands of retail professionals annually, this event offers educational and networking opportunities for merchants of virtually any size or industry. The event boasts an impressive lineup of speakers including CEO of DSW, Director of Digital Merchandising for Kohl’s, and even Kobe Bryant. They’ll discuss their own successes and failures and how you can apply those learnings to your retail organization. If your business relies heavily upon digital, this is the event for you.

9. Independent Retailer Conference

The Independent Retailer Conference is the only conference that exclusively supports small, independent retailers. Open to any type of independent retailer, the event is more of a pop-up conference within a tradeshow that covers issues surrounding store operations, marketing, management, merchandising and more.

If you own or operate an independent retail store or chain, you’ll get very relevant and tailored insights directly applicable to your needs. You’ll be surrounded by like-minded people who have been in your same position and have great insights to share to help you thrive in the independent retail space. IRC provides the perfect environment for small retailers looking for custom, one-of-a-kind solutions and indie-style strategy ideas.

10. Business Startup

For those of you starting a retail company in the UK, the Business Startup event in Olympia, London November 16-17 is the place to be. Known as “the UK’s biggest exhibition for anyone starting or growing a business,” this event will give you the right know-how to launch and grow your startup.

With 250 seminars, 350 exhibitors, and 12 workshops, the hardest part will be deciding which sessions to attend. You can also participate in training sessions, speed networking, and other activities that will help expand your network and industry knowledge. Perhaps the most valuable part of the event is that you get to pitch your business at the Angel’s Den where venture capitalists are searching for the best new idea to invest in. Guaranteed you’ll walk out of here energized to expand your business, or even have a new investor!

Interested in more information about improving your retail organization? Check out some of our retail-centric blogs How to Reduce Retail Turnover with Better Internal Communication and 3 Ways to Improve Retail Employee Performance. Or fill out the form below to get a free personal demo with a Beekeeper expert who can walk you through how our digital workplace app can help streamline your operations.
September Beekeeper Product Release Notes

Beekeeper Product Release Notes September 2017

As promised, here are the latest features and improvements we’ve developed since last month’s product release notes. Here’s what you can start using now or very soon!
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Rebranding

The workplace is a hive – Beekeeper’s symbolic makeover

Here at Beekeeper, we strive for innovation and want to deliver the best experience for our customers. We’ve evolved significantly since our inception to adapt to our clients’ needs, and as our story has changed, our brand has changed along with it. You may have noticed our revamped logo and our website’s new makeover. This rebrand goes beyond just aesthetics. It’s a reflection of our commitment to connecting people through technology, especially the two billion members of the non-desk workforce that aren’t normally kept in the loop. Beekeeper is where technology meets people, and this is our journey to unite them!
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Why communication and operational system integration is a game-changer

Email is still the most common form of communication in the corporate environment, which doesn’t bode well for the 80% of the workforce that comprises non-desk employees. As many as 83% of non-desk employees don’t have corporate email addresses, leaving them out of important conversations and making critical information unattainable.
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5 Ways to Recognize Your Frontline Employees This Labor Day

Labor Day is more than just a day off work for office employees, it’s a dedication to the social and economic achievements of American workers. It’s an annual tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength and prosperity of our country. Frontline employees are the backbone of the labor force, but with high consumer demands, many don’t get the opportunity to take Labor Day off.
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Motivate factory workers and run your production line like a well-oiled machine

As team leaders, production managers have the essential responsibility of motivating factory workers. There are many ways to do this in an office setting, but motivating factory workers is a different story. It’s much more difficult to maintain a relationship when they’re on the production line and not sitting next to you at a desk.

The management style you use can make or break the success of your company. Your style should depend on your business goals, employees, and personality type. Different worker segments need different leadership styles—a Navy Seal team requires a much different style than a yoga studio.

If you manage factory workers, it’s key to understand they don’t come into work simply because they want to work for you. They have their own goals, ambitions, and reasons for coming to work that won’t always align with yours. Your job is to learn what motivates them to suit up for work every day. Gaining new perspectives will unlock key insights to improve engagement and ultimately the bottom line. Non-desk employees need extra support and when they’re provided with the necessary training and resources, they become much more motivated to put in a productive shift.

Here are four ways to motivate your factory workers and get your production line running like a well-oiled machine:

1. Add meaning to their work.

Every factory worker has different needs. We can use Maslow’s hierarchy of needs as a guide to see what employees need to reach their full potential. Most employers simply cover the two tiers of basic needs, never trying to reach the higher levels people need both at work and at home.

During a company retreat, Chip Conley, Head of Hospitality at Airbnb, asked groups of housekeepers what would happen if someone from Mars landed on Earth and asked them, “What should we call you?” They came up with some pretty interesting names like, “The Serenity Sisters”, and “The Clutter Busters.” In a study done surrounding hourly workers, three core values arose: meaning, dignity, and self-determination.

Meaning: Every job has a meaning and is important no matter the function. Ditch-digger, fry makers, stable cleaners, you name it. Just because they don’t require higher education doesn’t mean their contribution isn’t valuable. If nobody did these jobs, no one could do their jobs.
Dignity: Dignity comes with how an employee is treated at work. Belittling, neglect, or other unprofessional behavior can drastically reduce productivity, health, and collaboration in any environment.
Self-determination: Self-determination is defined as an employee’s freedom within some boundaries to choose what, when, and how a task is accomplished. Giving employees a sense of control and ownership provides an elevated level of satisfaction, which leads to our next point…

2. Give factory workers more control over what they produce.

Giving factory workers the ability to make their own decisions and see direct result will give them more skin in the game to do their job well. Talk about adding meaning to their work!

In a study done on San Francisco garbage collectors, workers rated themselves very high on job happiness. This was due in large part to being able to choose their own routes and the amount of time spent on each route. Showing you trust your workers by giving them freedom to manage their workflow shows you respect their ideas and, in turn, they’ll want to keep bringing you value.

3. Incorporate bottom-up communication.

Most companies only have a top-down internal communication strategy, meaning management can send information to employees, but not the other way around. By using an internal communication system that allows bottom-up communication, you not only improve internal communication in your factory, you also give workers the floor to express their ideas and instill a sense of belonging. The more you make employees feel like they’re part of the bigger picture, the more they’ll give back.

Allowing bottom-up communication is especially important with distributed workforces. See how Seaboard Foods, a manufacturing with more than 5,000 employees across six states, has improved their internal communications and operations with Beekeeper which facilitates two-way communication.

4. Treat factory workers with dignity, regardless of role.

In the book Life on the Line, the author Solange de Santis recounts the year and a half she spent working in a General Motors plant. She chronicled her experience, through the tough working conditions and disputes between workers and management.

Her biggest takeaway from the experience was how hard-working, skilled, and innovative the factory workers really were. The stereotypical view of factory workers as wage slaves was put aside. De Santis showed these workers make a real difference for the company’s bottom line when they are treated with respect, given room to be creative, and have open dialogues across different levels of the business.

For factory managers looking for some key points to remember when brainstorming motivational ideas, these four factors should be met:

· Goal must be clearly understood
· Progress must be measurable
· Have control over achieving the goal
· A reward system when goals are met

Simply paying workers more won’t give employees more job satisfaction. Creating meaning and motivation must go hand in hand to engage correctly. Working with non-desk employees to develop clear intrinsic goals and acting as a model for them through open dialogue will create a more motivating and fulfilling factory floor.

Want to learn more about how to motivate your production workers and help your bottom line? Sign up for a free personal demo below to see how Beekeeper will help you reach, connect, and motivate your entire manufacturing team. You can also download the Seaboard Food case study to see how Beekeeper has transformed their manufacturing operations.
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How MediaMarkt Uses Beekeeper to Support Innovation and Communication

MediaMarkt is Europe’s largest retailer for consumer electronics and puts a large emphasis on innovation. Every MediaMarkt store allows customers to try out and compare products, making it the perfect place to learn about the latest technologies and evaluate them before purchasing. With such a large percentage of frontline employees who don’t have corporate email addresses, internal communication can be challenging.
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