Employee Vaccination Management with Creative Social Intranet

Vaccine management keeps records of employee immunizations to reduce risk to the workforce and the company.

Maintain track of employee vaccination records for a safer return to work.

Register for Vaccination

Employees can register for vaccination by applying for their and their family member details on Intranet web form.

Vaccination booking system

Employees can book a company vaccination location, no. of members, date and time using the Vaccination booking system in Creative Social Intranet.

Notifications of vaccine booking

​Employees will get notifications of their vaccination booking date through Intranet calendar and email.

Upload Photo and Earn points

Employees can upload a photo of vaccination and Covid report on Intranet Photo gallery and earn points. This will motivate all employees to take vaccination.

Creative Social Intranet Employees Protection

Protection of your Employees

Vaccinations assure employees safety against the COVID-19 and bringing it to work.

Improves Company Productivity

Reduced absentee and illness ensures Successful workforce vaccinations can reduce illness-related absences.

Build Herd Immunity

More vaccinations can help build herd immunity in your communities and protect your workspace

Employee rewards and recognition

Protection of your Customers

Employees once vaccinated are less likely to spread it to your visiting customers.

Improves Engagement and builds motivation

When employees share post of their vaccination, other employees will get motivated to take vaccines and help development engagement.

Few Tips for those who take Vaccine
  • The COVID-19 vaccines are safe for most people 18 years and older, including those with pre-existing conditions of any kind, including auto-immune disorders. These conditions include: hypertension, diabetes, asthma, pulmonary, liver and kidney disease, as well as chronic infections that are stable and controlled.
  • Children should not be vaccinated for the moment.
  • Stay at the place where you get vaccinated for at least 15 minutes afterwards, just in case you have an unusual reaction, so health workers can help you.
  • Check when you should come in for a second dose – if needed. Most of the vaccines available are two-dose vaccines. Check with your care provider whether you need to get a second dose and when you should get it. Second doses help boost the immune response and strengthen immunity.
  • Arm soreness
  • Mild fever
  • Tiredness
  • Headaches
  • Muscle or joint aches
vaccine booking system