Discover how our employee app works, from Speakap customers themselves. Read the stories, watch the Speakap customer testimonial videos, and find out how some of the biggest brands connect and engage their frontline employees.
With seasonal workers increasing in demand, Q&D Construction set out a strategy to position themselves as employers of choice. They saw the difficulty of reaching seasonal workers who are generally more dispersed and disconnected from the company values and goals, and acknowledged that using email was not the answer.
Nexeye, Europe’s leading optical retailer with brands Hans Anders, eyes + more, and Direkt Optik, uses Speakap to connect frontline employees with the head office. They increase reach and accessibility for employees in 700+ stores, using the employee communication app.
The Challenge: Crisis? And how can we be present 24/7? Domino's was and still is in a great position to meet the world's massive demand for pizza. However, when the pandemic hit, real-time messaging across teams became extremely important. Sharing COVID updates and monitoring progress through an employee hub was vital to keep employees hungry for work!
The Challenge: Scattered channels made communication impossible Shell was looking to bring together its employees who primarily work around-the-clock shifts. Their retailers (Franchisee), station employees, and office personnel make up the 3 layers of Shell's organization. Each service station has its own team with its own communication channel. It used to take corporate a week (!) to gather information from service stations, format it into newsletters, and distribute it.
“We serve the most demanding consumers in the world, so education and training of our employees is key. We use Speakap to share principles, instructions, feedback learnings, and standards of performance. It not only drives the team productivity, but it enhances the service we offer to our customers.”
Founded in 1973, McColl's Retail Group is a British convenience shop and the largest newsagent operator in the United Kingdom.
WISAG believes in solid teams. The company employs people from all kinds of backgrounds and with a wide range of qualifications and experience. Employees are dispersed across various business units and locations.
Hotel Okura is a luxury resort and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, with over 380 guest suites. The hotel's staff totals over 500 members and growing. The organization is tasked with ensuring world-class service across the hotel's 4 on-site Michelin star restaurants, conference and banquet facilities, spa, and guest suites.
If you've ever enjoyed a serving of 'bitterballen' or croquettes, chances are they were made by Van Geloven. With iconic Dutch brands such as Mora, Van Dobben, and Kwekkeboom in its portfolio, Van Geloven is the largest snack manufacturer in the Benelux, producing 800,000 'bitterballen', 500,000 croquettes, and 18,000 spring rolls every day.
The Challenge: Manage complex workforce from head office seamlessly Phoenix provides medicines from manufacturing to pharmacies in 27 countries as one of the global health care providers. They have multilayers of teams and getting messages across all teams used to take weeks. On top of that, setting up processes for various warehouses was a real challenge. There is no one size fits all solution for all cultures and work environments, but they had to standardize procedures to ensure the quality of output.