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Government, Legal, & Finance

Invest in an exceptional employee experience

Government, legal and financial institutions typically comprise complex projects and patterns that rely heavily on expertise, trust, and security – all of which make internal comms and employee engagement trickier. Employee dissatisfaction is pushing 53% of finance workers to consider changing jobs within just one year of joining a company. The result? Higher-than-ever turnover rates, with attorney turnover reaching record highs and dramatic increases in banks too. Enter Workvivo.

Loved by our customers around the world

Workvivo allows all employees to access business information as well as engage with fellow coworkers. Over the past year, the platform has grown to include our CEO’s weekly communications, mobile app, ERG spaces, calendar of company wide events and livestreams (just to name a few!)

Noel Briordy
Director of Social Impact at Crum & Forster

Workvivo has transformed the way we communicate internally by enhancing transparency across the firm, developing our already strong sense of community and, crucially, cleaning up our inboxes by reducing the need for the all user email!

Harbottle & Lewis

As I was looking through our internal newsfeed on Workvivo (a Zoom company) this morning I noticed that this month alone there have been 30 shout outs between colleagues - praising and thanking one another. The way we support each other here at Stowe Family Law LLP is unmatched and I think that deserves a shout out

Charlie Elsworth
Talent Partner at Stowe Family Law

Here's why.

Internal communication

Government, legal and financial employees are traditionally desk-based, but now must adapt to hybrid practices where miscommunications and content overload are common. And yet, 60% of financial organizations don't have an internal communication strategy in place.

Low morale

Just 35% of banking employees believe their senior leadership is leading the organization in the right direction. Within that 35%, two-thirds of workers are engaged.


Three-quarters of workers in financial services and banking don’t understand their company’s short-term business plans, while over half of financial institutions feel their staff did not have a good grasp of the company’s values.

How can Workvivo help? 

Help your government, legal and finance employees feel purpose and pride in their work.
  • Recognize them with shoutouts
  • Spotlight professional and personal achievements
  • Establish a culture of recognition with your Workvivo feed and Spaces

Employee engagement, productivity and performance are 14% higher than in organizations without recognition. (Deloitte)

Connect and engage your entire organization in one place


More Workvivo features to help boost your Employee Experience


One central place to recognize and reward isolating and underappreciated work

Community Spaces

Drive collaboration and cultivate belonging in shared interest groups


Access enterprise apps spanning HR, payroll, shift rosters & more

Org Chart and Employee Directory

Better understand your company structure and colleagues

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