June 15, 2017

Do Collaboration Tools Contribute to Employee Satisfaction?

This final installment of our series of further results from our "2017 Workplace Productivity and Communications Technology Report" addresses a key economic challenge - employee retention and turnover.  And news is pretty good here.  As shown in the chart, about two-thirds of the respondents felt that their collaboration tools have had a positive impact on their companies' ability to recruit and retain employees.

There's another positive message here. If your company is part of the one-third that disagreed with this statement, you can do something about it by upgrading your portfolio of collaboration tools as we've been suggesting throughout this series.

The old adage is that the key to ensuring success is to "keep the customer satisfied."  But as a part of the overall strategy for economic success, it's just as important to keep your internal customers, your employees, equally satisfied. 



For demographic information, please click here.  To access the companion Workplace Productivity and Communications Technology Reportclick here.

This perspective is authored by Steven Taylor, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief at Webtorials, and is brought to you in part due to the generous support of:


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