Employee communications in the digital workplace: Learning from the experts

Employee communications in the digital workplace: Learning from the experts

About this Guide

This is a hands-on companion guide to a previous Poppulo white paper where we explored The Role of Employee Communication in the Digital Workplace.

In a related guide, we looked at the essential steps to communicate a new digital workplace and we highlighted how imperative it is for Internal Comms, IT and HR to be aligned in those communications to employees if it's to be successful.

In our latest guide here, we draw on the learnings and expertise of two senior-level experts – Larraine Solomon, former Global VP of Internal Communications, Employee Engagement & Change at Monster, and Emma Ringwood, former Group L&D Manager at Vodafone Group – who share their stories and approaches to implementing a digital workplace.


Lisa Pantelli

Lisa Pantelli

Employee engagement and internal communications specialist

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