Workgrid Software and Beiersdorf Inc. Partner to Improve the Digital Employee Experience

Workgrid Software and Beiersdorf Inc. Partner to Improve the Digital Employee Experience

Workgrid Software, provider of intelligent workplace solutions and wholly-owned subsidiary of Liberty Mutual Insurance, is pleased to announce that Beiersdorf Inc. has selected Workgrid as the solution provider for a pilot program aimed at modernizing the digital employee experience.

With employee experience ranking as one of the top five priorities for HR leaders this year according to Gartner, creating a simplified, personalized and contextual digital experience for employees is an initiative many leading organizations are focused on.

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“At Beiersdorf, we are continually seeking ways to simplify, digitalize and improve upon our internal processes and tools and better connect with employees,” said Beiersdorf, North America’s VP of People and Culture, Louisa Stead. “With Workgrid’s easy-to-use, integrated and flexible platform, we are excited to enhance our employee experience and contribute to a more productive and streamlined workday.”

At the core of the experience is the Workgrid Assistant, a digital assistant that integrates with all the common systems and tools in the enterprise to surface everything employees need to know or take action on into a simplified and centralized location.  The Workgrid Assistant will deliver personalized and targeted communications, such as benefits reminders, training notifications and surveys, to Beiersdorf’s employees.

Beiersdorf will also use the Workgrid Assistant to create a uniform experience for onboarding new employees and providing timely relevant communication that sets employees up for success.

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“Workgrid’s goal for any employee experience initiative is to give employees more time to focus on the high value work that is the hallmark of a fulfilling employee experience,” said Workgrid co-founder and CEO, Brett Caldon. “Improvements to the small daily experiences go a long way towards improving the overall experience, increasing engagement and making it easier to attract and retain top talent. By taking this step to improve the digital experience for its workforce, Beiersdorf is demonstrating its ongoing commitment to the success of their employees. We’re proud to partner with Beiersdorf and look forward to helping the company with its ongoing digital transformation efforts.”

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