Select from hundreds of customizable campaigns proven to raise employee engagement
Send bite-sized, visual and 2-way messages to employees' email and phones
Relatable messages and recognitions of examplary employee conducts that will inspire and bring to life a company's core values.
A straightforward and effective campaign to boost employees' company pride via simple social media engagements.
Communication and activities that encourage impactful ways to make team members feel more appreciated at work.
Employing real photos and quick action buttons, these unique and fun personnel announcements will boost interaction and strengthen connection between employees.
Timely messages helped employees stay on track with the bite-sized information they needed during a two week open enrollment period.
Visual, engaging messages were delivered to increase awareness and activity of Heart Health Month.
Messages with reminders and information on Long-Term Care enrollment to help employees decide the coverage they need.
A campaign to increase awareness about the importance of achieving and maintaining good oral health.
Messages to employees sent a la carte or once a month on how they can take advantage of commuter benefits available to them.
A campaign with reminders and interesting facts to encourage flu vaccination.
A campaign with stress-relief tips to educate employees on ways to identify and manage stress.
Reminder messages with seminars' event information and registration link were sent to employees prior to and on the actual sessions' days.
Visual, engaging messages were delivered to increase awareness and activity on Men's Health Month.
Created in collaboration with client partners, experts, communication and training partners
"Getting employees' attention on any subject has become a serious challenge and threat to moving fast. Bite-sized communication that present attention-grabbing information with instant decision ability to dig deeper is what companies need. Brighter's shared library is a simple approach to get started."
– Marianne Jackson, Chief Talent Development Officer at Ebay