A strong employee value proposition (EVP) is the key to recruiting and keeping top talent. It begins with a company’s employees, or rather their experience working for the company. Factors such as salary, benefits, training opportunities, stock values, a company’s brand value and leadership quality all play a role in the total value proposition.
It’s common sense that clearly communicating with your workforce is good for business, but the challenge for communicators and HR professionals is explaining exactly how it will influence the bottom line. Here are five examples of why.
Our Attune All In virtual broadcast will explore how top communicators and business leaders are changing employee engagement for the better.
We are excited to showcase the launch of our new company, Firstup. Resulting from the merger of SocialChorus and Dynamic Signal, we are positioned to lead the transformation of the digital employee experience.
In an increasingly distributed workplace, with more employees working from home and disruptive forces wreaking schedule havoc, companies must prioritize employee communication.
Measuring the effectiveness of your employee experience and communication is more important than ever. It’s also more challenging than ever. That’s hindering the ability of communicators to help create an inclusive community within their organizations.
In this article we explore company core values: the clearly stated principles about an organization’s vision, mission, and principles.
Workplace communication is one of the most important aspects of a thriving business. The recent change to primarily virtual work across numerous industries has redefined the function and form of workplace communication.
Once upon a time, corporate intranet software was a technology breakthrough. Employees could visit a central place to get work information. And they did.
Turnover rates have big implications for any company; and those rates are largely dictated by how happy employees are at work.
Employees are more disengaged than ever before, so how should your intranet enable workers to get the right info to get the job done? We asked IT, HR and Comms leaders what they want in a modern intranet—see the results!
Learn what neuroscience and physiological science tell us about how to optimize, collaborate, and communicate with each other in uncertain times.
Learn what digital transformation is and why experts from Gartner, Enterprisers Project, McKinsey and more say it’s critical for business success.
In a tight job market, it’s challenging to find and keep good talent. Learn how to plan, produce, and optimize content that keeps employees engaged without breaking the bank.