Case study: Engaging non-desk employees

Case study: Engaging non-desk employees

About this Webinar

If you have grappled with the challenges of successfully communicating and engaging non-desk employees – including not wired, work in shifts and speak different languages – you won’t want to miss this webinar.

Laura will share how she worked with the new leadership team to improve engagement when over 80% of them are non-desk workers and do not have access to computers or email at work.


  • Building an IC function from scratch
  • Working with HR to create and conduct an engagement audit
  • Creating a strategy based on that feedback
  • What tactics were put in place to reach all employees
  • And how Formica measured success


Laura Barbour

Laura Barbour

European Employee Engagement Manager, Formica Group Europe

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