Posted by EmployeeChannel on 12.14.2017
We previously examined the high cost of poor employee communication. Despite the cost, however, many companies continue to bear, or at least to risk, the high cost of ineffective communication.
But what may have once been tolerable is likely to become financially and operationally intolerable as the workforce continues to reshape itself.
By 2020, the workforce will be vastly different from past workforces, and communication requirements will differ greatly as a result.
More importantly, the time that an organization has to connect and communicate with its workforce will continue to shorten dramatically.
To address the communication requirements of this shifting workforce, organizations will need to:
By addressing these areas, organizations will move from a world of costly, ad hoc communications to a world of strategic communications tied to business initiatives, effective communicators, and engaged employees.