Liaising between different departments, senior management, and employees while ensuring smooth communication organization-wide can get overwhelming if you’re a solo internal communicator. Unfortunately, as it turns out, this situation is quite common in today’s corporate world.
In today's ever-changing business world, employee apps have become all the rage, promising to revolutionize how companies communicate internally and manage their workforce.
In the increasingly competitive landscape of the hospitality and retail industries, businesses are continuously striving to outperform the competition. And this battle isn't merely confined to price points or product offerings. It extends much deeper into the realms of customer experience (CX) and employee experience (EX). When harmoniously aligned, these two aspects can catalyze a virtuous cycle that propels business growth.
How can you bring your team members together to give them the opportunity to communicate respectfully with one another, while also finding out their needs?
An internal communicator will need to update the employee communication strategy as time goes by. In this white paper, we examine the strategy as a phased approach, as well as what can be tackled in each phase. These phases include: (1) Internal communication as a top-down approach, (2) Internal communication as a two-way communication, (3) Introducing onboarding and training, and finally (4) Streamlining your workflow: combining all your tools in one app.
As OpenAI launched the Generative Pre-trained Transformer 4 (GPT-4) on March 14, 2023, an instant buzz around generative artificial intelligence (AI) took over the world. Even though this was initially limited to paid customers of ChatGPT, it spawned massive curiosity, excitement, and ethical questions across Internet users.
When your company invests in employee communication tools, it’s important that you utilize them actively and maximize their value, especially from a company operations standpoint.
How do you reach frontline workers across the manufacturing floor? How does important and time-sensitive information reach the right person at the right time?
Onboarding new employees is a crucial step that shouldn’t be overlooked. It’s that specific moment when new hires are integrated into the organization’s culture, processes and values. And there’s a lot to learn and absorb in such a short amount of time. But aside from the learning process, the employee experience in and of itself is key.
How do you reach thousands of employees in the health sector across the hospital floor? How does important and time-sensitive information reach the right person at the right time?