Recent Willis Towers Watson research confirms what communicators already know: employees not sitting in the head office do tend to be less engaged. That’s why communicating effectively in the workplace is vital.
The good news is internal communicators can tackle and improve overall communications. In this guide, we provide practical tips and takeaways you can use to build a strategy to engage your diverse workforce.
How to conduct an internal communications audit to begin creating a strategy
Why reviewing leadership communications is essential
Ideas for bringing face-to-face interaction to remote workers
Ways to increase a feeling of connection
How to use all your channels most effectively
Using insight and measurement to identify engagement by audiences
Case study: How Granite Services built a strategy to engage a diverse workforce
Just as employee communication was proven to be business-critical during the pandemic, it will now define how organizations meet the next major challenge: the successful implementation of hybrid working.
We’re at a moment of historic change in the world of work. Over the past year organizations have implemented a variety of hybrid working models that support a combination of remote and on-site employees. These models are continuing to evolve. But according to McKinsey•, 68% of companies haven’t communicated a clear vision for post-pandemic work, with serious negative consequences on employee productivity.
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