Leveraging Social Business Solutions to Strengthen Multigenerational Communications

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cfactor, a leader in transformative social business solutions, was recently featured in an article published by the Society for Human Resource Management (“SHRM”) entitled, ‘Getting the Generations to Work Together.’ As a leading provider of Enterprise Social Networking solutions for Fortune 500 organizations, cfactor was invited to discuss some of the innovative ways that companies are utilizing social business technologies to strengthen relationships amongst generations.

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“...the most important point is that businesses are using these systems to create their own vibrant social culture that engages all employees, and I think that’s why these types of social networking tools will continue to gain in popularity.”

cfactor, a leader in transformative social business solutions, was recently featured in an article published by the Society for Human Resource Management (“SHRM”) entitled, ‘Getting the Generations to Work Together.’

As a leading provider of Enterprise Social Networking solutions for Fortune 500 organizations, cfactor was invited to discuss some of the innovative ways that companies are utilizing social business technologies to strengthen relationships amongst generations. “There is a lot of interest among employers on how to leverage this type of technology and use it as an employer-branding tool,” said cfactor CEO Cary Schuler. “It’s gratifying to see the innovative and unique manner in which businesses take a product like ours and make it their own,” he said. “But the most important point is that businesses are using these systems to create their own vibrant social culture that engages all employees, and I think that’s why these types of social networking tools will continue to gain in popularity.”

Giselle Kovary, managing partner for n-gen People Performance Inc. in Toronto agrees with this assessment. “This is what employee engagement is all about,” she said. “If employees feel they are part of something and know that they are appreciated for what they bring to the organization, then they will be engaged and productive.”

Eric Chester, President of Generation Why, a management consulting group in Lakewood, Colorado explained, “The one-style-fits-all model of managing employees just doesn’t work anymore. Today’s workforce is very diverse, and when you add in multigenerational differences, it’s an issue that all organizations are struggling with.”

Click here to access the full article from cfactorworks.com.

About cfactor:
cfactor unifies your people, processes and technology with your strategy. This is accomplished by deploying a social business strategy that leverages the best that social web has to offer within a suite of workforce applications. cfactor clients include Fortune 500 organizations such as Starbucks, JC Penney, and Pepsico, with over 850,000 employees being managed by the cfactor SaaS solution. Founded in 1999, cfactor is headquartered in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, with offices in Denver and Edmonton. For more information visit cfactor online at http://www.cfactorworks.com

Media Contact: Bonnie Clark, Marketing Manager, Toll Free 877-655-5798

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