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The 5 Top Questions for Employee Communication Analytics

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 10.19.2017

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HR is bombarded with demands for analytics that will improve a host of business processes, from talent acquisition and management to leadership and performance, culture adoption, and employee engagement and retention.

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Topics: employee communication, communication analytics

How to Create a Message Architecture for Internal Communications

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 10.5.2017

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As organizations enter the final quarter, many will be planning and budgeting for next fiscal year. For most, planning and budgeting will be shaped by high-level organizational objectives as well as departmental objectives.

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Topics: internal communications, HR communication

Old MacDonald Had an App. AI…AI…Oh!

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 9.21.2017

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The Practical Application of Natural Language Processing in Internal Communications

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Internal Communications is the next great application for natural language processing (NLP). In fact, NLP has the potential to disrupt the landscape in employee engagement and communication.

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Topics: internal communications, employee communication

The Only Employee Communication Assessment You'll Ever Need

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 9.14.2017

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As the budgeting cycle begins for most companies, it’s time to consider next year’s strategy and budget for employee engagement and communication.

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Topics: internal communications, employee communication

Employee Communication: It’s Not About Another Channel, It’s About Multi-Channel

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 9.7.2017

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When it comes to technology, we often focus on the next big thing and how technology advancement that is going to change the world as we know it. 

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Topics: employee communication, communication channel

Are HR’s Hands Tied?

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 8.31.2017

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In our recent survey designed to learn about the communication requirements of non-desktop and remote employees versus the needs of office employees, our study revealed that -- regardless of work environment -- employees want the same thing:  their organization’s commitment to frequent and effective communication.

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Topics: employee communication, human resources

Employee Communication: The Emperor Has No Skills

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 8.17.2017

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In a thoughtful e-book titled “The Top 10 Barriers Communicators Face,” the Grossman Group shares the ten most common barriers to effective communication that leaders construct. The e-book provides actionable tips about how to address the problem with executives.

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Topics: internal communications, employee communication

How an Engineer Wrecked Employee Experience

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 8.8.2017

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Thousands of words will be penned and spoken in reaction to a document titled “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” an engineer’s 3,300-word document on “ideological diversity.” Some will argue that we must respect dissenting voices in the workplace, and others will express outrage over flawed thinking about gender. 

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Topics: employee experience, employee communication

Cut Me Some Slack: Why You Need a Dedicated Communication Channel

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 8.3.2017

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A number of news outlets reported that Slack is raising a $250 million round at a $5 billion valuation. First things first -- congratulations to the Slack team for creating such incredible value for their company. It’s a goal all startups aspire to.

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Topics: employee experience, employee communication, HR communication

Change Management: Takeaways from Worksite Wellness

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 7.27.2017

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Now that we’ve inspired our employees by casting a vision of a successful company change, let’s explore how to implement successful employee behavior.

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Topics: employee communication, future workplace, change management

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