According to a Gallup employee engagement study published in 2023, employee engagement has continued to drop in the U.S., with only 32% of U.S. employees identifying as “engaged”. This is a huge challenge for organizations trying to ensure their employees are engaged not only with their work, but with their colleagues and work culture.
Upgrading your internal communications platform can sometimes hit an unexpected roadblock. Objections from other business stakeholders.
So you need a better internal comms solution? But you don’t know how to get it across the line? No problem, step right this way…
Here’s a typical workplace conversation. It may even have come from your organization.
Businesses will demand more and more of Human Resources teams this year. It’s a big challenge – and opportunity – for HR Managers.
2020 was a massive year for internal communications. Never before have businesses across the world relied so much on the power of communications to keep their staff informed, engaged and inspired – all while a major crisis unfolds around us!
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 the challenges of increasingly competitive marketplaces are putting strains on leaders.
Is your business struggling with the decision between returning to work or remaining at home after COVID-19? Too many factors to consider and don’t know where to start?
Successfully returning to work after the COVID-19 pandemic requires careful balancing of business objectives and employee needs.