More companies are using the power of internal social networks to help employees get the news and information they need, as well as other resources critical to doing their jobs.
Some are at the starting line, just jumping into the social media waters. Others have built a global “digital village” for employees who can post updates in a Twitter-like feed, share information with colleagues and receive crucial corporate information that is fed to them daily.
One of these companies is Pfizer, the world’s leading pharmaceutical company. I wrote about Pfizer’s internal network My World last year. This network is truly awesome and it has only expanded its capabilities since then.
Come to Our Social Networks Webinar
I will be co-presenting with Bob Libbey, senior director of Global Colleague Communications and Corporate Social Media, Pfizer Inc., at an HR.com webinar on Tuesday, May 22, at 1 pm, EDT. You can register by clicking on the title of our presentation: How Internal Social Networks Enable Interacting and Responding to Employee Needs.
Bob will explain how Pfizer consolidated more than 400 news and information sites, each with its own look, feel and navigation set-up. In the past year, Pfizer’s My World has attracted 175,000 unique visitors (including outside vendors and consultants) and over 60 million page views.
So I invite you to join us on our webinar to learn how your company can start or expand your employee’s internal social network.
- Internal social networking can help employees get engaged (bizjournals.com)