What do American Express, Aetna, Apple and Spotify have in common? Answer: they all now operate a ‘Work From Anywhere’ model. Could your organization be next?
Returning to the workplace is a reality for many organizations this year. But evidence reveals that staff are less positive about this change than employers. How can this be reconciled?
April is international Stress Awareness Month, which represents a perfect time for businesses to consider the issue of stress in their workplace.
The impact of a business crisis like COVID-19 is huge. It affects everything, from individual jobs to entire sectors. The pace of change is high.
Picture the scene. An Internal Communications Manager enthusiastically launches a new campaign. She’s excited about it and is confident employees will get behind it.
It’s a time of almost unprecedented change for businesses across the world. The hangover from COVID-19 and challenges of increasingly competitive marketplaces are putting strains on leaders.
In today’s fast-paced workplaces, businesses need to get messages out to staff quickly and effectively every time. It could be critical information staff need to see now, or valuable content to streamline processes or improve employee engagement.
A good internal communications campaign is worth its weight in gold for businesses. It drives an informed, engaged and motivated workforce.
Take a look at photos from workplaces of 10 or 20 years ago. They’re hardly recognizable to modern workers. That’s because the type of work we do, the way we work and the environment in which we work have changed dramatically.