Public Service Insights: Supporting The 6 Key Pillars Of Employee Wellbeing Through An Intranet
Helping our customers introduce and develop wellbeing sections to their intranets has been really eye-opening. We have seen their platforms come to life when filled with content that really connects with users. We've worked with our customers' internal comms teams to combine their expertise with the features our intranet provides, to share information in innovative ways that engage, help and motivate users. We are really excited to share their great practice and offer inspiration to other intranet teams to support employee wellbeing in their own organisations.
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Featuring key-stats and recommendations, this guide has been put together taking inspiration from various public sector customers, and highlights the great ways you can utilise an intranet to support employee wellbeing.
"The new intranet has really changed the way that we work. It’s been particularly great for our comms department. Previously, comms was extremely restricted and it’s allowed people to realise that they can now approach comms with content/news which is great as we are spread across two locations so we’re getting a lot more involvement."
Stevenage Borough Council
“We’re replacing our outdated intranet with a superior service which will ultimately improve services for the public, saving both time and money. The Invotra team has been great to work with, helping us deliver the new intranet within weeks. We’re looking forward to continually improving efficiencies, extending access and launching new features to benefit Reading Borough Council staff, residents and businesses.”
Reading Borough Council
"Our employees can’t wait to get quick and easy access to up-to-date information which helps them provide great services for the people and organisations within Stevenage. In particular, for employees who are largely off site and don’t have a desk or computer, like refuse collectors, they can now access the intranet on their mobiles anytime and anywhere."