In my time leading internal communications and employee engagement at Sprinklr, my team was responsible for a number of initiatives and campaigns that sought to connect our company to our core values and diversity.
My team lead crisis response for natural disaster impacts and security events. As we launched the program we were thrilled to be able to support fundraising with COHI international for Hurricane Harvey relief, as well as other programs to support Hurricane Irma, and the California wild fires.
— Sprinklr (@Sprinklr) October 12, 2017
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— Seth Ashby (@SocialSethAshby) September 18, 2017
Our corporate giving team (dubbed “Sprinklr Cares”) also coordinated a regular program with our US office managers to schedule employee volunteer events out into the local community and amplify these efforts on our internal and external social channels.
— Sprinklr (@Sprinklr) August 25, 2017
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Our team planned annual calendars of events together with our employee resource groups that could be coordinated around our global offices and for remote employees to participate in. Campaign activations were across internal communications channels such as Workplace and Slack, as well as with public engagement across Sprinklr’s social channels integrating employee advocacy to amplify our efforts.
— Sprinklr (@Sprinklr) September 1, 2017
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— Parker Murff (@psmurff31) June 21, 2017
— Dewi Spijkerman (@DewiSpijkerman) October 20, 2017
— Sprinklr (@Sprinklr) March 31, 2017
My team also designed and executed our employee engagement and recognition program which included administering our quarterly core values awards program, milestone recognitions as well as annual volunteer abroad trip.
— Juliana Vital (@julianavital) August 5, 2017
2017 Global Award winners volunteered in Bali
— Lianne Browne (@BrowneLianne) June 29, 2017
— Melissa O. (@m3lissao) June 28, 2017