A recent study has shown that encouraging employees to use mobile devices in the workplace has a positive effect on their productivity, creativity, satisfaction and loyalty. The freedom to work where and how they want, improves employee engagement and strengthens collaboration as people can work more easily and naturally together.
Perhaps surprisingly, it's not just millennials who want to use their mobiles at work, with generations across the workforce benefiting from the freedom to get their work done without the need for micromanagement and unnecessary restrictions.
A solution that helps foster company loyalty, and puts employees at ease and able to focus on getting their work done sounds like a win-win.
Today, most companies and employees understand that a mobile-first approach can be good for business, but if you can tell a CEO of a Fortune 500 company that their organization can achieve a 16% increase in employee output, or tell HR directors that they can increase loyalty by over one-in-five, we believe they would make mobility an even greater investment priority.