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Trends and Insights: What The Avengers Can Teach You About Workplace Communication

Posted by Sandy Yu on 4.5.2018

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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.

Communicating in a Multigenerational Workplace: Millennials make up the largest segment of the workforce, but many companies have yet to adjust to their communication needs. It’s crucial leaders find a balance between the millennial style of communicating without alienating everyone else. Read more.

AI and Bots Aren’t HR Curealls: Jason Averbook, co-founder and chief executive of consulting firm Leapgen, cautions HR leaders about the dangers of overly trusting AI and bots in the workplace. He warns they won’t “bandaid” the sins of the past, and in order to make them work, HR needs to focus on four requirements. Read more.

The Avengers Portray Ideal Internal Communications Strategy: Superhero movies keep their audiences coming back for more time and time again. A closer look at The Avengers movie shows how internal communicators can tap into the same magic to create excitement and satisfaction for employees. Read more.

Hershey Uses Data to Increase Retention: The chocolate capital is using workforce data to create a predictive retention model to identify flight risks on an individual and macro scale. The software allows them to use targeted support to plan their staffing needs ahead of time, ensuring they’re prepared when they need talent the most. Read more.

Communicating Change Exhausts and Overwhelms: For many business leaders, it seems a day can’t go by without some sort of change happening within their companies. This constant change is exhausting for them and overwhelming for employees, causing a need for even better internal communications. Read more.

Turnover Rates Suggest HR Pros Need to Focus on New Issues: Unemployment is at a 17-year low. This positive news is actually causing new issues for HR pros as they struggle to retain their top talent. Now, they need to focus even more on trends that will further heighten employee engagement and experiences. Read more.

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

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