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Trends and Insights: Prepare for the Future of Work Now

Posted by Sandy Yu on 6.7.2018

 

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EmployeeChannel is committed to bringing you information on bettering your organization through internal communications and employee engagement. We’ve put together the latest trends to help you stay up-to-date and ready to tackle your organization’s challenges.

Embrace AI Without Losing What Makes You Human: AI is often looked at as cold and impersonal. However, with the right approach, it can enhance your processes without making you lose those important personal connections.  Read more.

Prepare for Remote Work of the Future: New technology and improved internal communications are just two of the tips Dr. Linda Sharkey has for companies looking to go fully-remote in the future. Read more.

The Ps of Internal Marketing: Marketing tactics aren’t just for reaching customers anymore. In today’s workforce, you need to be prepared to use a combination of internal communications and marketing tactics to effectively reach employees. Read more.

Automating Internal Communications Processes: A recent study found an overwhelming 69 percent of managers are uncomfortable “communicating in general” with their employees. To start battling those numbers, internal communications pros must be prepared to train managers on effective communication. Read more.

10 Leadership Communication Tips: Effective workplace communication skills don’t come naturally to everyone -- and that’s OK. With the right tools, anyone can build trust and credibility with their team using internal communications tactics. Read more.

Remembering the ‘H’ in HR: Human resources pros have a lot on their plates. But among all those tasks is the most important aspect of the job -- employees. With constantly emerging technology, focusing on ethics is more important than ever. Read more.  

Stay tuned to the EmployeeChannel blog, as we discuss these communication and engagement issues in more detail.

Topics: workplace communication, trends and insights, future workplace, internal communications

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