The difference between communication and control

The difference between communication and control

One of the big questions we use to hear at Internalia, it’s about our best seller, Working Day Suite. Is it a tool to control the employees? Maybe the team is going to be against the application? Are they going to think that we mistrust them?

And the answer is, yes, it can happen. But it depends totally, one hundred percent, on the head office communication work.

Once you decide to get WDS is crucial that the managers explain to their employees how the application works and, above all, which the application main purpose is: exchange of information, better communication, efficient organization, etc.

When you are in the office and your whole staff is working in the office as well, you probably can have reliable information of your employees straight away, probably you can just go to your employee desk and ask how you are getting on.

However, when part of your staff or the vast majority is working abroad, it’s more complicated to get this kind of simple, but essential day by day information.

With WDS everything is easier, you can see in fact the routes they are taking, the calls they are doing, the forms they are sending, etc. But it is not about control, it is about getting accurate information.  Some of the common benefits for staff and management are:

  • It makes easier the collaborative work.
  • Centralization of information.
  • The employees can send proof of their work in a very simple way.
  • Everything is stored in the cloud for 365 days.
  • Working Day Suite has the 3R: reduce, recycle and reuse.

In short, Working Day Suite is a tool to make easier everybody’s working life.  Just talk to your employees about the common benefits. In no time they will be comfortable with the application (very intuitive and easy to use) and everyone will have a better working life!

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