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Companies are always looking for new tools and strategies to help them increase employee engagement. One of the best tools that you can use is an employee engagement survey. In fact, conducting regular surveys is a powerful method for figuring out how your employees feel about different aspects of their jobs. They allow you to gather feedback on a range of topics of varying magnitudes. This includes everything from overall employee morale down to how employees feel about a specific aspect of their day. The data you collect from these surveys allow you to make informed decisions that are likely to increase employee morale.
Unlike other businesses, financial organizations like banks and credit unions require a customized intranet solution that can meet their challenging requirements. Everyday business activities in such organizations include managing ever-growing list of documents including policies and procedures, ensuring compliance with stringent federal and state policies and catering to the variegated requirements of customers. Phew ! that's a lot right ??
I was at the client-side last week for user training and the users were suggesting me with a Wiki Site Management feature. I was like, all your wiki links is going to stay at the left navigation for sure, but what more could we do to make it more appealing? I happened to look at my start button and saw the tiles and I was like “wow” I think I got an idea! So, I told the users about it and they said yes to it! Let us show you on how to arrange Wiki Pages with tile view.
Here’s our latest blog on SharePoint Search. Let’s say the Finance Team requires a standalone search feature for sharing their audit documents (confidential documents). In SharePoint 2010, there is a provision to create search scope and added rules for including the specific content source into it.
In SharePoint 2013, the search scopes are replaced by result sources. So how do we create a result source for limiting search results only from a desired content source in Microsoft SharePoint 2016?