What Millennials & Gen Z want — and what companies can do to keep them
Faced with record levels of employee turnover, companies are scrambling to confront The Great Resignation.
According to the World Economic Forum, 85% percent of organizations are expanding into new technologies such as big data analytics, cloud technology, automation, and Artificial Intelligence.
But what does it mean for employees who will need to be connected more than ever before – with their coworkers, their supervisors, their managers, and leaders – so they feel involved and do their best work?
And what will CEOs and leaders have to do to deliver the type of employee experience that’s essential to attract and retain the best talent in this rapidly changing work environment? The key is employee communications and the role it will play in the digital workplace. So we've created this guide packed with invaluable insights to help you navigate this journey.
The role of employee communication in the digital workplace explores:
Employee engagement and internal communications specialist
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