DEARBORN - Where do you go when you find yourself stuck utilizing a productivity tool? Does the IT Service Desk, or Digital Worker first come to mind?
Founded in 2007, and since launching it’s How iWork Scenarios in 2012, Digital Worker aims to meet the core business needs outlined in the recently launched Go Digital...Go Further recognition program. With uplifting community testimonials, tips and tricks, and other content updates, Digital Worker provides in-depth approaches to work complications and technology questions to help you have a stress-free work day.
Digital Worker continues its brand evolution and has kicked-off the new brand campaign by starting with a refreshed logo – giving it a professional and modernized look that’s meant to put employees’ front and center.
Changing our logo is all about responding to motivators and incentives that come from being a part of the community. This new logo represents the desire to share knowledge with others from everyday life experiences and examples that others can benefit from - thus, encouraging employees to impact productivity in a positive way. It also reflects all the new additions to the brand, along with the continuous updates to the products and events.
Keeping up with the brand evolution, there has also been an update to the e-mail communication format. Based on feedback from employees regarding how they receive and view messages and what type of information they’d like to receive, the e-mail format was developed to allow employees to prioritize at a glance with color-coded tags.
Today, Digital Worker embraces change and new expression in the ways we contribute to learning and community activities through personal experience in addressing productivity needs commonly faced in the workplace.
According to Jaime Foucher in IT, with Digital Worker “you get support and you will be more productive.”
Don’t forget to subscribe to the digital newsletter, Digital Worker EXTRA, helps you become more effective in your day-to-day work. This subscription-based online newsletter features content such as creative tips and tricks, Digital Worker tool overview, how to use the tools in your work, along with news, updates and much more.
Digital Worker invites you to request a customized cascade for your team or department to address specific needs such as “How do I” use a Digital Worker Tool, or “How iWork” to meet particular everyday needs in your job. Look for Digital Worker Live Learning Events that will showcase scenarios, best practices and use of Digital Worker tools, and give you real-time access to Digital Work Experts during an open chat portion.
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