Over at No Cabin Fever Today, our own Adil Nasri gave a great talk on how your HR department can carry out employee onboarding with Linchpin.
Every social intranet project is different. After all, every company has its own custom projects, products, employees, use cases, and requirements. Silke Remmert from enercity gave us an insight into an effective user engagement process at this year’s Atlassian Enterprise Club Day. Here’s a summary of her talk.
The user experience in a Linchpin intranet only really comes into its own when employees fill out as much of their profile as possible.Here we look at two Linchpin features that promote – Linchpin Onboarding and Linchpin Assistant – and see how news subscriptions can contribute to this kind of engagement.
Confluence is where teams work on their projects, share and review content, and store knowledge assets. Have you ever thought of using Confluence for onboarding as well? Well, this is possible. You can use Confluence’s native features to set this up or extend your system with the Courses and Quizzes – LMS app to create a potent onboarding process by using its courses.
The Linchpin intranet suite, based on Atlassian Confluence, represents a modern and extensively personalized user experience. Our Linchpin development team will soon be releasing two exciting new features that will help you and your team to get new employees on board with the intranet quickly and efficiently so that they can make the most of its features.
The decision to take a semester off to complete a Marketing internship in Events at //SEIBERT/MEDIA is something that I haven’t regretted for a second. Here I reflect on my time at //SEIBERT/MEDIA and how it can be a good thing to be thrown in at the deep end.
When new employees open their laptops, the first thing they see is the company intranet. For many, the intranet is their trusty companion in the digital workplace. The familiarity and reliability of intranets make them very useful for onboarding.
First steps in JIRA Yes, we won! At the end of 2013, Atlassian had started a small competition – the JIRA …