GuideSpark, a leader in communications and employee engagement, has recently released case studies on two of their clients, Adobe and Cameron, Fortune 1000 companies focused on computer software and global oil and gas equipment, respectively. These case studies illustrate some of the challenges these HR leaders faced, as well as how they overcame these feats and how engagement increased after implementing GuideSpark with their programs.
For a quick overview, GuideSpark is a SaaS provider that specializes in creating customized communications for employee engagement. Guidespark offers customized video and mobile experiences, backed by a communication platform featuring an interactive user experience and deep analytics on employee engagement. With topics from onboarding to benefits, compensation, and compliance, GuideSpark has solutions for almost every facet of the employee lifecycle. GuideSpark helps customers reach and engage dispersed workforces, through consistent messaging, customized to their brand and voice, and to drive a culture of heathcare consumerism. More informed employees make better decisions, become more engaged, and ultimately, are more productive, regardless if they are in the next office or on the other side of the world.
Leveraging GuideSpark’s customized content, best practices, and measurement capabilities, clients are able to consistently improve both enrollment and engagement with their employees, at a lower cost of support. After working with GuideSpark, these companies are seeing increased adoption of high value benefits offerings, greater participation in wellness programs, as well as increased understanding of reward and benefits overall.
This is made evident by infographics recently released which highlight Adobe and Cameron, two companies that have implemented GuideSpark into their HR programs. Rosemary Arriada-Keiper (Adobe) and Erin Cartwright (Cameron) were asked to share their success stories with GuideSpark, and these infographics are the result. Adobe’s infographic gives greater insight into how Adobe communicated their Total Rewards package to employees, while Cameron’s graphic focuses on higher engagement during health care open enrollment.
The infographics of both companies do a great job of breaking down each leader’s challenges and how they were able to work through them. It gives real world examples of what GuideSpark was able to help them accomplish, and lets others who might be interested in using GuideSpark as a service see what is possible when you combine great leadership with amazing tools. We’ve linked to both graphics below, so make sure to go check them out, as well.
Rosemary Arriada-Keiper’s Spotlight
Erin Cartwright’s Spotlight