Employee Engagement

Engage, retain, and empower your people

Companies like H&M, Vodafone, and Trustpilot use Seenit to create employee-generated content, and build a culture of inclusivity and engagement

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Here's how Seenit can help

Improve engagement, productivity & retention

Employee engagement is key to a company's success. Research from Gallup suggests that companies with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable.

Involving employees in video production is an excellent way of keeping them engaged with your organisation.

And the best part? Employee-shared content gets 8 times more engagement than content shared by the company.

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Video competitions

Video competitions create a companywide buzz and allow employees to share more of who they are. Plus, they might help uncover some serious talent in your ranks, like Walter.

Freedom's Got Talent - Here's Walter Archer

Example from Freedom Mortgage

Photo competitions

A photo competition is a great way of engaging lots of people. You can get some amazing content to use across your communications and even build a unique stock library. Watch the video to see what HSBC did with some of the 8000 photos from their people.

Photos from our world

Example from HSBC

Employee Resource Groups

Employee-generated video is a powerful way for colleagues to spread awareness about initiatives they care about. It can provide a great platform for engagement and inclusivity.

Global Volunteer Day

Example from Warner Bros. Discovery

Improve your engagement with employee-generated video

Engage, retain, and empower your colleagues with employee-generated video.

Overall, companies with high employee engagement are 21% more profitable.

Of employees are disengaged in both their role and business.

Employee-generated video is 3x more engaging than traditional video.

Employee generated content boosts video engagement on average 3x.