Connecting people with no access to email
With less than 20 percent of the company connected online, Yoma Bank had to reach employees through printed newsletters.
Only management had access to email, and size limits on file sharing hampered communication to branches.
How Workplace helped
Bringing the company together
For the first time, employees are connected online. Idea-sharing has increased across the entire company, while travel costs have reduced.
Leading with transparency
Hal Bosher, CEO, interacts with employees daily, sharing insightful industry articles, motivational messages, and interesting stories from his business travels.
Fueling social good
Employees used Workplace to conduct donation campaigns, raising 553,500.00 Kyats (equivalent to USD $1,300) in 10 days for flood relief in Myanmar.
Connecting the field
The Head of Construction uses groups to share updates of new branch construction projects. The Learning and Training Center shares fun programs for branch staff to learn about the bank's products.
The HR department posts vacancies in the Recruiting Group, making it easier to get the word out.
"Workplace has brought Yoma Bank into the digital age by allowing everyone at the company to connect in ways previously impossible. Our 2,800 employees now consume information, share their views, and have a voice."