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Some Top Signs of Low Intranet Engagement

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  1. Some Top Signs of Low Intranet Engagement Intranet user publishing provides several benefits for users and the company; some are here! Promotes knowledge sharing Internal blogging can be an excellent tool for a company to share expertise. With the advent of intranets, it is now easier for teams to share knowledge and stay in touch with their colleagues. Before, this was done via email, but there was an increased risk of spamming team members via unnecessary knowledge or sending it to the right people. Posting it on your intranet, viewable by all, allows team members to decide for themselves if the information is relevant. Increases productivity Microsoft intranet can save employees time they would otherwise spend searching for information. They can invest the time back into the work. Other methods or tools such as Group Explorer can also save employees time looking for information daily. Regular knowledge posts on the intranet are one method which can be implemented as soon as possible. Build employee relationships Companies can engage their employees and create stronger relationships by allowing users to post personal blogs. Employees are more likely to communicate and collaborate, resulting in a more unified workforce that communicates better with customers and suppliers. Encourages employees to speak up The workplace hierarchy often limits a company's internal communications. Still, an intranet platform where people can post regular content provides a platform for all employees to voice their opinions. This form of internal communication sends the message that the company wants to hear from the employees.