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The Great Employee Disconnect—And Why Enterprise Communications Are Failing
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The Great Employee Disconnect—And Why Enterprise Communications Are Failing

About this Guide

There is a giant chasm between why leaders think employees quit their jobs and the real reason employees are leaving in droves. According to McKinsey, employers believe attrition is due to transactional issues such as compensation. Employees, however, are citing relational factors such as feeling valued and a sense of belonging.

This great employee-employer disconnect highlights a fundamental failure of enterprise communications—one which leaders can no longer ignore. This whitepaper explores what’s at the heart of this failure and proposes solutions for organizations to foster belonging and better connection with their people.

Download our Guide to learn about:

  • the biggest global attitudinal shake-up we’ve faced in the workplace for decades
  • how communications and HR leaders can, and should, take charge in helping to resolve the problem
  • how solutions for an enterprise-wide approach based on an omnichannel comms strategy can help future-proof our work-life ecosystem

Author

Joanna Hall

Joanna Hall

Founder and Owner

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