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Intranet Tips

By | 2017-09-15T09:50:06+00:00 June 2, 2009|Intranet Software|
  • Maximize your intranet home page by putting the focus on employees. Add photos, buy & sell postings, birthdays, new hires
  • Use blogs to set up collaborative workspaces on your intranet so users have an area to share ideas and feedback
  • Create a buy & sell for employees, or an area where they can share favorite recipes
  • Post an article on your intranet featuring an employee who has taken your company’s green initiative on board
  • Create a home page widget to feature employees doing exceptional work
  • For Father’s/Mother’s Day: start a discussion topic on the best advice from your father/mother and encourage others to share
  • Idea for intranet profiles – show birthday, anniversary date, link to twitter profile, 20 questions
  • Post manuals and handbooks on your intranet instead of printing and handing them out. Saves time and paper costs
  • Set up an area on your intranet for competitor information and provide employees with a competitive advantage
  • Ensure that your Employee Directory is well-designed, fully-populated, and easily searchable
  • Build electronic forms and post them on your intranet to help streamline business processes
  • Make use of an in/out board on your intranet so users can easily track down coworkers if they’re looking for them
  • Use a blog for feedback on your employee portal, and involve users in decision making process for how the site evolves
  • Set up a suggestion box for cost saving ideas on your intranet. Allow users to contribute, rate and comment
  • Create a “Careers” site on your intranet and give employees first dibs at job openings, blog about advancement opportunities

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Founded in 1999, Intranet Connections has built simplicity and creativity into our intranet software from the beginning. Simplicity is ingrained in our core values, seen through our intranet software, our pricing model and our ongoing product development. Our customers aren't just another number or contract, they are truly a part of the Intranet Connections family. We connect, collaborate and create with them to improve our intranet software and services with every new release.

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  1. Mary December 1, 2009 at 2:24 pm - Reply

    Thank you for the intranet tips!! I am responsible for our employee blog and not an experienced blogger. I have been trying to find topics to get employees to use the blog, with little to no success. I was very happy to see your internet tips 🙂 Do you have any other ideas or sites I can visit?

    Thank you for your help.

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