Moving office is one of the biggest projects a business can undertake. Even when the perfect new premises have been found, there are still staff, infrastructure, technology, governance and tons of other things to arrange.
So how did 2018 work out for you? Did you smash all your goals? Did you get that tricky project completed – and on time, no less? Have you grown as an internal communicator?
The end of the year is coming. Phew, we’ve nearly made it! Just some loose ends to tidy up, final goals to smash, and our efforts will be rewarded with results to be proud of. Hopefully followed by a nice long holiday somewhere sun-kissed and exotic.
How to improve employee engagement can be a head-scratcher for HR managers. We know how beneficial it is to productivity and performance - and we know the risks of disengagement. But how to reach employees when everyone's so busy?
Last month's global research report, The Next Level, shed light on the trends, challenges and opportunities of internal communications today. The report was researched and developed by global internal communications experts, IC Kollectif.
A new year brings new challenges and new opportunities. Being prepared is the best way to make the most of it. Hit the ground running in 2019 with the SnapComms 2019 Human Resources Calendar - yours free to download.
Moving offices can be unsettling to employees; however, effective internal communication can minimize uncertainty and fear and smooth the disruption. When handled well, moving offices can be a motivational and positive change for employees.
An annual employee survey is a useful communications measurement tool, but is it really enough? How do you accurately measure internal communication effectiveness? Many things change over the course of a year. It's also important to understand the impact of specific initiatives and related internal communications throughout the year. This guide will help you get started with measuring internal communications in your organization.
Every organization should expect change at some point. Causes can be internal (strategy, structure or change in ownership) or external (financial circumstances, forced relocation, market forces).
It pays to have a plan and strategy to deal with periods of change in your organization. These 8 tips can help you communicate through times of change.