Digital workplaces are making professional teams less and less connected, as businesses adopt more lenient work from home policies and add more freelance employees to their ranks. WorkSimple is a social performance platform that helps teams connect and work together in a digital environment.
The WorkSimple platform is split up into three basic products: personal edition, team edition, and business edition. If you need custom support, admin tools, and performance review features, then you’ll want to opt for the business edition. Anyone who has ever used a social networking site like Facebook or Twitter should be able to understand WorkSimple right away. From the dashboard page, you can view all the latest updates posted by your colleagues. These updates can be filtered based on focus, so personal goals show up separately from team goals, and team goals show up separately from company goals. Above these updates is a space for you to add your own goals, whatever those may be. You can also comment on other people’s goals and get feedback from colleagues on what you should do to make your own business goals a reality.
Although WorkSimple works great as a platform for teams, it also works well for individuals looking for feedback from their managers and colleagues. Freelancers who use WorkSimple’s personal edition can create project portfolios and solicit recommendations from people they’ve worked with in the past.
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