Make employees love your intranet with these 5 tips

You’ve got your new intranet but now it’s the challenge of maintaining that engagement after the launch. You want employees to recognise the full value of your intranet and not just see it as another piece of software.

We’ve got some ideas for you to use to keep employees using your intranet.

1.Post quizzes and polls

Unitii includes polls so your employees can voice their opinion. Why not feature weekly quizzes with prizes? Everyone loves a bit of healthy competition and it will make users keep coming back to the intranet to participate against colleagues.

2. Employee of the week

Highlight employee of the week on your intranet, this can encourage employees as they feel like their hard work is being recognised

3. Broadcasting company and individual successes

Employees don’t like to be left in the dark about information, an intranet is the perfect place to share information with employees. Your company successes can boost employee morale, things such as client wins, project launches, testimonials and marketing and financial metrics are a good example of things to share.

At the same time, company failures can be shared too to avoid similar mistakes in the future or to stop false rumours being shared.

4. Events

Unitii has an events calendar, clients like to use this to make employees aware of events happening after work and you can see who is attending.

It’s also handy to have all the upcoming networking events or awards all on your intranet – it’s always annoying when you find about an event after it’s happened!

5. Content schedule

It’s important to make sure that there is fresh content all the time. Don’t post too much information as once, keep employees coming back by regularly posting. If there’s nothing new, there’s no reason for people to come back.

Encourage users to create content too, with Unitii, it’s easy to create and edit content. You could give rewards to employees who actively share useful information with the team

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