The classic

Classical Workdate

Network your employees at face-to-face lunches, coffee breaks, or after-work meetings. Workdate takes over the matching of participants and the coordination of appointments.

How Classical Workdate works

One-time, individual registration

We create a customized registration page for your company. Your employees register independently via browser or smartphone. Click here for an example.

Regular, automated calendar invitations

Participating employees regularly receive calendar invitations for mutual lunches, coffee breaks, or after-work meetings.

Matching and notification

Once an employee accepts the invitation, he gets matched with a colleague and receives an updated calendar entry including the other persons contact details.


Extensive preference settings

Users can make various settings, e.g. preferred weekdays, frequency of invitations, and desired formats such as lunches or coffee breaks.

Automated appointment coordination

Workdate not only handles the matching of the participants but also the coordination of appointments. The tool sends out invitations, processes the responses, and takes care of short-notice cancellations.

Selectable group size

The offered formats can take place in pairs as well as in a group.

Reminder function

The tool automatically sends reminders to inactive users and deletes accounts of employees who have left the company.

No duplication

The smart matching ensures that appointments are not made twice with the same people.


Workdate supports many languages. During registration, a user can specify the language for further communication.

Multiple locations

Workdate can easily be used at multiple locations. The matching algorithm considers the participants’ choice of location and can network them within or across locations based on their preferences.

Same day lunch

Besides the long-term planned appointments, there is also the possibility of spontaneously attending a lunch.

User profile

Users can log in to their profile, make changes, adjust preferences, or terminate their participation at any time.

Online dashboard for project managers

Project managers have access to an online dashboard with real-time information on the number of participants, activity rate, number of meetings held, attendance and cancellation rates, and much more.



Jägermeister has grown a lot in recent years. The company developed from a family business in which everyone knew each other into an international corporation.

Case study

Helsana AG

The system is easy to understand and very intuitive. In addition, it could be easily adapted to our requirements (we use Workdate at five locations and in three languages). It also fits in well with the employees’ daily work, as it takes individual preferences and availability into account.

Case study


AXA is in the middle of a digital and cultural transformation. In order to be able to master these successfully, it is important that the solutions used are suitable for the working world of the future.

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Additional modules

The system has a modular structure. The modules Workdate, Video Networking, Job Shadowing and Mentoring can be combined as desired or used as independent applications.

Well-networked in the home office

Video Networking

This module organizes lunches and coffee breaks via video call. Perfect for home office employees who miss face-to-face contact with colleagues. The tool takes care of matching and scheduling and has a Microsoft Teams integration!

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Thinking outside the box

Job Shadowing

Job Shadowing allows participants to look over their colleagues’ shoulders for a day. This module brings together interested parties and hosts, considers individual learning preferences, and assists in scheduling appointments.

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Knowledge transfer


The Mentoring module supports your employees in their search for a suitable mentor. Classically, or as reverse mentoring. The system proposes suggestions, organizes an initial meeting, and plans further sessions.

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