Do you hand your soldiers an excel sheet, then ask them to go home and pack their bag, only to make them come back and unpack it in front of you to ensure they packed everything correctly? What if there was an automated way to check that every soldier packed optimally? Ripple can provide that. With our survey feature, you can create required items that soldiers must check off and photograph to prove they followed the packing instructions. You will receive a detailed report for every soldier, and the system will automatically flag users that have not completed the survey satisfactory.
What about a sudden change in scheduling? How do you communicate that today? RippleWorx can push notifications out immediately to all users, groups of users, or a single user, however you choose. The recipient will receive a notification straight on their device as if they’ve received a text to notify them. You can even view who has seen the notification, who responded, who opened it, and even who opened it and ignored it. Crazy, huh?
What about your gear? Is there a log on paper somewhere with signatures and dates and what was serviced? What if we could easily take that electronic, all within the app? You could view who last touched the machinery,when it was serviced, assign servicing, and log all activity at the touch of your fingers.
A friend of mine recently told me they were leaving their job. When I asked if they were looking for better pay or if they were frustrated with their role and they said, “If I learned anything from my time through the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s I deserve better – I don’t feel like my company really cares about me or my career and I don’t want to waste my life doing boring tasks without meaning.”Read On
Companies are wrapping up mid-year performance reviews and everyone is excited – said no one ever. In large part, the low feelings managers and employees experience is based on the process itself. Too many organizations still follow the annual and biannual performance appraisal process. And, because of this, they miss out on authentic conversations about performance that matters to the employee, the manager, and the team.Read On