What’s the most effective way to get employees’ attention? Leverage marketing best practices to understand employees’ needs and preferences. By doing so, you’ll create communication that employees will view as both meaningful and useful.
When augmenting the benefits package
for your organization, it’s natural to focus
on traditional perks that employees have come to
expect: PTO, health insurance, and maybe a tuition
assistance credit here or there. But if you’re looking
for creative and effective ways to stimulate
employee engagement while also driving business
results, you’ll want to consider the powerful impact
of offering language-learning opportunities.
Why language learning? It offers immediate and
long-term benefits to both employees and employers.
Research shows that organizations that offer access
to language learning see an increase in employee
engagement factors like loyalty, morale, and
productivity, which in turn boosts business performance
factors such as customer satisfaction
and internal communications.
Where’s the connection? And how can you reproduce
these benefits within your organization? This
playbook offers a deeper look at why language
learning has such a positive influence on employee
As workplaces become more and more digital,
diverse and scattered, internal communications
are facing challenges at an accelerating speed.
The emergence of digital services has brought
us new ways to communicate and measure
the success of our communications, and
the importance of social media and internal
platforms has altered the way we communicate
with each other.
In 2025, it is estimated 75 percent of the
workforce will be comprised of millennials*.
We are seeing a new, tech-savvy generation to
take over the workplaces, and ensuring internal
communications tackles the challenges of
Effective communication correlates with high
employee engagement, and companies who
invest in communications are companies who
understand the importance of an engaged
workforce. Organizations with effective change
and communication are 3.5 times more likely to
significantly outperform their peers**.
With significant changes occurring in
workplaces and trough that, in intern
Published By: Motorola
Published Date: Feb 06, 2008
With over 13,000 employees and a large sales force spread around the world, the Gates Corporation is continuously evaluating the effectiveness of its technology services on employee productivity. In preparation for a strategic, company-wide technology initiative, the corporation's Worldwide IT Group found several issues related to mobile communications.
Maximize the effectiveness of collaboration. As teams become ever more dispersed, organisations need to think about more than technology to ensure collaboration is successful. With employees now separated much more by time and distance, a range of communication tools are being used by enterprises to keep everyone connected.
Published By: GuideSpark
Published Date: Aug 02, 2018
Only 52 percent of employees understand their benefits, and likely more are unaware of all the
options available. Engaging with them during this process has never been more important. These five best practices can help.
Published By: ServiceNow
Published Date: Apr 19, 2013
Providing a good online shopping experience starts with understanding customer needs and expectations in order to deliver suitable goods and services. Employees expect a similar experience with a Service Catalog.
An effective business service catalog captures employee needs and communicates negotiated service offerings and service level agreements. However, hitting service level targets requires more than just listing services. It’s essential to provide an automated self-service portal and open communication.
Published By: GuideSpark
Published Date: Nov 19, 2018
Successful executives are increasingly recognizing that effective compensation communication is essential to strengthen the employee value proposition (EVP) and make it easier for employees to understand it.
As a result, they’re creating communication strategies that connect the dots between performance and pay in ways that build trust and engagement, transform the workplace culture, and help drive productivity.
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