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Sociabble: Streamlining Employee Advocacy, Market Intelligence and Internal Communication
Having set in motion an ambitious digital transformation plan, the Adecco France group chose to implement the Sociabble employee advocacy and engagement platform. The Sociabble interface is made up of 14 channels that aggregate external communication feeds: one channel for each of the Adecco France brands, plus others that are organized according to key themes that tie in with the group’s activity, as well as digital trends. Users can subscribe to their channels of choice, and share posts on their own social media accounts at the click of a button.
“Our employees can now see everything that’s going on throughout the group, and for those individuals who need to stay up to date with the latest industry trends and developments, the market watch channels on Sociabble have made their lives a lot easier.”
The Adecco France Group also uses Sociabble to help employees develop their personal branding on social media, by engaging in social selling and using pertinent content to engage clients and potential job candidates. This is made possible by market watch channels, which aggregate content that is submitted and shared by employees themselves. ”
“Our employees can now see everything that’s going on throughout the group,” explains Nicolas Sutter, Brand Content Manager at the Adecco France group. “And for those individuals who need to stay up to date with the latest industry trends and developments, the market watch channels on Sociabble have made their lives a lot easier.
As Sociabble is available natively for Android, iOS and Windows Phone, employees can access the platform wherever they are, on any device. Indeed, mobile is Adecco France Group employees’ preferred method of use.
The Launch Strategy: Going Transversal, Step by StepThe deployment of a company-wide employee advocacy and engagement program requires a strategic launch plan, and the Adecco France group chose to roll out its initiative in stages. The group did not start from zero; a number of employees were already active sharers of company content on social media. These individuals were introduced to the Sociabble platform first, along with marketing and communication teams. The two groups were to become the program’s “super ambassadors”.
The next crucial step was to onboard top management, which was achieved when Sociabble was introduced at the Adecco France group’s managerial convention. And finally, Christophe Catoir, President of the Adecco France group, presented Sociabble during his quarterly web conference with all employees. “Having the support of top management is essential to engaging employees in an advocacy program,” notes Sophie Ak Gazeau, Digital Director of the Adecco France Group.
User Adoption and Engagement: What’s in it for Me?When introducing Sociabble to employees, the Adecco France group focuses on the fun, simple and practical nature of the platform. The group organizes 30-minute webinars for new users, during which project leaders highlight the benefits of the tool and demonstrate how sharing pertinent content on social media has a positive impact on personal branding, and puts individuals in a better position to engage prospects, clients and job candidates.
Platform Animation: Capitalizing on Existing Communication InitiativesIn early 2016 the Adecco brand launched a new identity, giving the group the perfect opportunity to coordinate the launch of Sociabble with the re-branding of its flagship trademark. Content relating to the “new” Adecco was highlighted on the platform, and users awarded additional points for sharing these posts. Together with dedicated newsletters sent out by platform administrators, this gamification campaign helped the Adecco France group to generate a social media reach of over six million end users.
Customer Success Support: Identifying ROISince the inception of its employee advocacy and engagement program, the Adecco France group has received dedicated support from the Sociabble Customer Success team, who provide regular insights and advice on content strategy, platform structure and gamification campaigns. Customer Success support also includes the provision of monthly KPI Dashboards which, in addition to user engagement metrics and data concerning end-user audience activity, provide a direct comparison between the Sociabble platform and paid media alternatives. “As the leader in our sector we are very focused on concrete metrics,” notes Ak Gazeau. “So this is a great way of pinpointing the ROI of employee advocacy in relation to paid media.”
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