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Automating the Internal Communications Process (Part 4 of 4)

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 5.31.2018

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In a recent blog, “Are We Headed Toward a Perfect Storm in Workforce Communications?,” we suggested taking four actions to address the communication requirements of a digital workforce. This four-part series will cover each point in greater detail. Check out the previous post in the series here.

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Topics: internal communications, employee communication, communication channel

Automating the Internal Communications Process (Part 3 of 4)

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 5.24.2018

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In a recent blog, “Are We Headed Toward a Perfect Storm in Workforce Communications?,” we suggested taking four actions to address the communication requirements of a digital workforce. This four-part series will cover each point in greater detail. Check out the previous post in the series here.

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Topics: intelligent workforce communication, communication analytics, internal communications

Automating the Internal Communications Process (Part 2 of 4)

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 5.17.2018

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In a recent blog, “Are We Headed Toward a Perfect Storm in Workforce Communications?,” we suggested taking four actions to address the communication requirements of a digital workforce. This four-part series will cover each point in greater detail. Check out the first post in the series here

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Topics: workplace communication, internal communications

Automating the Employee Communication Process (Part 1 of 4)

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 5.10.2018

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In a recent blog, “Are We Headed Toward a Perfect Storm in Workforce Communications?,” we suggested taking four actions to address the communication requirements of a digital workforce:

  1. Automate the employee communication process. 
  2. Provide coaching to improve the communication skills of line managers. 
  3. Develop a clear understanding of employee engagement through communication analytics. 
  4. Re-instrument employee communication with fit-to-purpose channels. 

Over the next few weeks, we’ll drill down on each of these, beginning with the need to automate the employer-to-employee communication process.

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Topics: employee communication, workplace communication

Are We Headed Toward a Perfect Storm in Workforce Communications?

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 12.14.2017

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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. 

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Topics: workplace communication, employee communications

Every Generation is Mobile: How Employees Want You to Communicate with Them

Posted by EmployeeChannel on 10.26.2017

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As human resources professionals and business leaders, we are always looking for ways to make deeper connections with our employees. Thanks to the evolution of mobile technology, we can now immediately connect and reach our employees with urgent and critical information.

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Topics: employee communication

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

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