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A Day in the Life of an Engaged Factory Worker
WorkJam’s infographic showcases how manufacturers use a digital frontline workplace to improve the experience of factory workers — creating happy, engaged employees for higher productivity.
Scaling Customer Satisfaction Through Employee Engagement
WorkJam's Andy Nicholas joined Melissa Gonzales on her Market Scale podcast to talk about employee experience and its direct tie to customer satisfaction.
Forrester Frontline Employee Experience Study Image - 2023 Report WorkJam
New Forrester report, commissioned by WorkJam, explores the four operational pillars of frontline work — scheduling, training and learning, task management, and communications — and their relationship with business outcomes.
73% of decision-makers say digital transformation initiatives have not yet reached the frontline. Dr. McQuivey, Forrester, outlines how frontline employee investments, and lack thereof, impact business outcomes.
Learning is no longer a nice-to-have. Employees with access to personal development paths lead to... Increased productivity, greater engagement, innovations at work, and better culture
WorkJam’s infographic showcases how retailers use a digital frontline workplace to improve the experience of hourly associates — creating happy, engaged employees for higher productivity.
Forrester: Total Economic Impact™ Of WorkJam
Forrester's Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study objectively examines the potential ROI that organizations may realize by deploying WorkJam. The purpose of this study is to provide readers and prospects with a framework to evaluate the potential financial impact of WorkJam Digital Frontline Workplace on their organizations. To better understand the benefits, costs, flexibility, and risks associated with this investment, Forrester conducted in-depth interviews with six customers.
Webinar: Recorded in August 2022, WorkJam joined the Human Capital Institute to discuss unions.