If you don’t have a communication plan — or haven’t reviewed yours in years — this road map will help you get started.
Focus on Employee Communications
If your recruiters aren’t communicating you’ll likely see scathing candidate reviews that destroy an employee brand. Here’s how to make sure they don’t happen.
Establish consistent global communication channels and develop a healthy trust to successfully manage across borders.
Even though seven of 10 white-collar workers say they feel inundated by e-mails, IMs, text messages and other data sources at work, corporate leaders have been slow to intervene and offer employee support or training in how to manage information overload. That’s starting to change.
Author Nick Morgan’s ‘Can You Hear Me? How to Connect With People in a Virtual World’ is chock full of nuggets to improve workplace communications.
It’s on you to communicate and help your organization’s leadership understand your world of benefits so you can move the vision and strategy forward.
Compared to remote teams, more effort to communicate is required to make individuals working remotely feel connected.
While certain aspects of internal communication continue to change, informing employees of basic internal functions remains important.
Remember to provide feedback, which benefits a company by increasing engagement and helping to move the company forward.
Employee engagement means little without effectively communicating the digital employee experience.