Workplace is the communication hub for your organization to communicate and collaborate, a platform which can replace internal emails and distribution lists, an out-of-date intranet and messaging and VC communication tools. Workplace is highly integrated with all the other productivity tools your organization is using so it can become the heart of the business. Just like the other Apps in the Facebook family of apps, this is a product developed with a mobile-first mindset.
What are the success stories for Workplace?
We have over 30,000 companies using Workplace today. There are countless stories which have moved us and driven change in the organizations which use Workplace.
Here are a few examples of how organizations are changing the way they work through Workplace:
- At Starbucks, Kevin Johnson, the company’s CEO, and other senior leaders live stream their town hall meetings on Workplace to thousands of store managers in order to share their vision with them and hear directly from people on the ground, even if they are hundreds or thousands of miles away. Starbucks store managers had always been able to build community with their local teams, but with town halls streaming through Workplace on their mobile devices, they now find themselves a part of a much larger community – their entire company.
- Before Workplace, Save the Children struggled to share knowledge and information quickly and effectively, on a global scale, with all of their humanitarian employees, who provide relief and support to children in areas impacted by crisis and disaster. Workplace allows Save the Children to reach people quickly on their mobile devices with the information they need to keep doing the important work they do everyday to ensure children are protected in crisis.
- Deliveroo, a UK-based food delivery service, has operations across 150 cities and 12 countries, and is growing quickly. That means they are also hiring quickly. They use Workplace to scale their unique culture across global offices, onboard new people, and to build a company that feels smaller and more connected. Workplace has helped replace internal mailing lists, newsletters and an intranet.