Leading digital workplace for organisations, WorkJam has confirmed an Australian retail client win, The Reject Shop, expanding its Asia Pacific client portfolio.
WorkJam aims to provide streamlined communication to The Reject Shop employees, working with more than 3,500 employees across 371 locations.
The partnership will see communication enhanced across the team to improve task management operations and encourage the completion of training modules. The implementation of WorkJam will replace The Reject Shop’s internal tools with a single app to assist in training, task management workflows and real-time communications.
The Reject Shop will embed the WorkJam platform to drive productivity, performance, direct communication and accelerate training for its team members.
The Reject Shop general manager of operations, Paul Calvert believes the partnership will better the working experience of frontline employees.
“WorkJam offers The Reject Shop a unique way to engage and encourage our team members to complete their learning modules and assessment. The all-in-one app will enhance our current communication method and improve task management among team members,” he said.
WorkJam managing director for Asia Pacific, Andrew Myers said, “The team at WorkJam are incredibly excited to drive productivity, performance and improve communication across The Reject Shop’s 371 locations.”