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Leaders willing to adapt to change will put their company and the employees beneath them in a position to excel and win more market share.
The ultimate success of an employee communication program relies on designing a thoughtful strategy that not only maximizes initial buy-in, but also creates momentum for long-term success.
Firstup, the leader in employee communication and engagement, is deeply invested in understanding and improving the future of the workplace. That’s why we conducted an online survey of about 225 Gen Zers to learn more about what they expect from their employer and their work.
Suddenly find yourself working from home? Here’s some great advice that might help ease the adjustment and maybe even make you more productive than ever.
Mobile intranets allow companies to communicate with their employees where they are, and these communication solutions are more robust than ever.
Employee marketing is an essential part of today’s internal communication role. There, we said it. And we won’t be surprised if comms professionals read that sentence and recoil in horror.
Although employee communication can often be overlooked and under-appreciated, business leaders that do invest their time in its improvement recognize its overall effect on the business as a whole.
The foundation of a great employee advocacy program is strong internal communication to help people understand the company’s mission, vision, and values.
Who doesn’t like a pat on the back? Being asked to stand up at a company meeting? Getting singled out for going the extra yard?
According to transformative new data in the 2021 Edelman Trust Barometer, employers today have become the most trusted institution at a time when confidence in society’s leaders is sorely lacking.
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No one understands a company better than its employees. But in a world where 80% of the global workforce is deskless, it’s not always easy to make them feel connected and a part of the organization.
Companies need to meet their people where they are and that means communicating with them on their mobile devices with an Employee App.
Countless meetings in the last year have opened with “it’s been a rough week,” “long day,” or “this year…” However your colleagues lament fatigue, it’s clear that the unprecedented disruption and economic anxiety that permeated daily life in 2020 has taken a measurable toll.