How do you make sure your employees read important messages?
Not every important message is an emergency message. Sometimes you just need to send daily communications or important messages and ensure that every employee has read and acknowledged them. We’re talking about important, daily communications such as telling your employees not to come to the office today because of planned (or unplanned) office closures, introducing new policies, or even carrying out workplace health checks during and after the Covid-19 pandemic.
These important messages have a lot in common with emergency alerts. You need to get information to a large number of people quickly, you need to know that they have read it, you may want them to acknowledge it. Some messages may be relevant for only part of your organisation, so you want an easy way to group who gets the message. The information sent may be sensitive, so you want a secure messaging service.
Crises Control makes sending mass notifications easy to limitless numbers of users through one or more channels. Messages are delivered to users in seconds, no matter where they are in the world, and the Crises Control platform records who has seen the message, and who has not, enabling follow up with individual employees. You can also set up checklists or other responses for employees to respond to it.
From urgent, last minute notifications, to common business events, your mass notifications system enables you to keep your teams informed and connected at all times.
Improve workplace daily communications with Crises Control
Benefits of Crises Control for alerting employees
Fast, simple, secure messaging on multiple channels
Mass notifications for daily communications and emergency events
Use Crises Control for daily communications and ensure that they receive important non-emergency messages at the right time. Communicate with employees via SMS, email, IVR call or push messages to ensure the best way of getting information to them.
Tracking and Acknowledgement
Crises Control can track every message sent between users, including message acknowledgements.