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Road sign pictureThe iPad continues to make its mark in the digital workplace, this time with new ways to engage employees in benefits programmes. In its article, iPad engagement boosts benefits uptake, the Workplace Savings and Benefits website reports on an innovation from benefits provider Personal Group. The company has devised an interactive presentation running on the Apple device to help employees understand their benefits programme and tailor it to their needs. One client organization has reported an increase in employee uptake for its programme from 15% to 50%.

DWG Founder and CEO Paul Miller comments in the article that interaction is becoming essential to raising employee engagement. “Now communicating one-way isn’t enough. You have to enable people to comment, to post questions, to rate things.”

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