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Frontline Work Internal Communication Trends 2024

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This white paper provides a closer look at the current situation of internal communication for the frontline workforce & the emerging trends, as well as highlight best practices to set your comms strategy up for success.

ROI of a Mobile-First Employee Communications Platform

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In the world of boardrooms and bottom lines, numbers carry the most weight. Hence, we've crafted this guide to elucidate how to assess the return on investment (ROI) of an internal communications application tailored for your workforce.

What Is Asynchronous Communication & How Do You Use It?

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Have you felt the need to be “always on”, constantly responding to messages and notifications? While the convenience of real-time communication is undeniable, it can sometimes come with its own set of drawbacks. In fact research confirms that increased screen time correlates with stress, poor physical health, and cognitive impairment, poor decision-making and declining motivation levels. Therefore, also expecting your employees to always respond to all communication instantly isn’t always the best idea. Instead, fostering an asynchronous communication culture can be preferable in several scenarios spanning today’s world of dynamic, interconnected teams. Let’s explore what it is and how to use it to your advantage.

The Rise of Employee Experience for Frontline Employees: Why & What's Next

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Prioritizing employee experience (EX) has become a crucial aspect of creating a positive and engaging work environment. While the concept of employee experience is not new, only recently there has been a significant shift in focus towards enhancing the experiences of frontline employees. So where do we begin with understanding the driving factors behind the demand for a reevaluation of our approach to frontline employee experience? And what role does internal communication play in this shift?

Empowering Neurodiversity in the Workplace: How Mobile Employee Apps Can Help

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Fostering an inclusive environment is not just an ethical imperative; it's also essential for business success. One group often overlooked in the quest for inclusion is neurodivergent employees. Neurodiversity encompasses a range of neurological conditions, including autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and more, individuals in this category can bring unique talents and perspectives to the workplace. One powerful tool for promoting inclusivity and effective communication with neurodivergent employees are mobile employee apps. In this blog post, we'll explore how such apps can bridge the communication gap to help organizations by recognizing and accommodating their individual needs and differences.

Avoiding Information Overload: A Step-by-Step Guide for Organizations

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Too much information can be a bad thing for your employees. Psychologists have a word for this – information overload, also known as cognitive overload. It occurs when an individual is exposed to more information than their mind and sensory organs can handle.

4 Ways to Ensure Consistent Communication in the Workplace

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Communication consistency is what distinguishes successful organizations from less successful ones. It is marked by a reliable flow of information in a discernible tone throughout the organization. According to a survey, effective and consistent communication is critical to ensuring workplace productivity and employee confidence. On the other hand, inconsistency can be damaging to organizations: Overall employee tendency to be non-receptive to important communication, Reduced workplace productivity and morale, Rising employee skepticism and non-compliance, Apathy and disinterest among employees, Diminishing trust in internal messaging, Yet, what exactly are the aspects that cause messaging inconsistency? Let's find out.

Part 3: Improving Employee Engagement

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Employee engagement is a critical component of running a successful organization. Engaged employees are more productive, innovative, and committed to their work and employer.

Part 2: Measuring Employee Engagement: Tools, Metrics, and Strategies for Success

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Understanding the Value of Engaged Employees Employee engagement is pivotal for the progress and prosperity of any organization. Engaged employees are not only more efficient but also loyal, fostering a long-term commitment with their employer. The importance of these employees cannot be emphasized enough: they are often the backbone of an organization's success. Therefore, determining how to measure employee engagement is fundamental in ensuring their satisfaction and, by extension, the organization's growth.

Part 1: How to Stem the Tide of Frontline Worker Turnover

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As the job market becomes increasingly competitive and unemployment rates continue to drop, retaining frontline workers has become a top priority for businesses. Losing skilled and experienced employees not only leads to a loss of productivity but also incurs additional costs in terms of hiring and training new employees. To combat this issue, businesses need to take proactive measures to keep their employees engaged and satisfied.