An effective employee onboarding program can do wonders for your engagement levels. Read on to learn how to quickly transform them into productive employees.
“The alarming cost of poor employee communications…”
“Businesses bleeding money due to ineffective workplace comms…”
“Billions down the drain because companies don’t teach employees how to communicate…”
When you type in “workplace communication” into Google, these are the types of headlines that[...]
Navigating the turbulent waters of social media marketing to build brand awareness, connect with audiences, and sell products and services is often a fruitless endeavor for many brands.
That’s because all social media platforms are overcrowded - they are noisy and full of brand-centric messages,[...]
The definition of employee engagement is pretty straight-forward:
"[Employee engagement] is the emotional connection employees have to their company. It’s their willingness to continually go that extra mile when on the job because the success of the company is a matter of personal pride”.
In today’s world of online research and social media platforms, your target audience has a mind-boggling number of choices.
Employer brand is becoming an all-important currency for businesses around the world, as they fight tooth and nail to add the best and the brightest employees to their ranks.
According to a Gallup poll, 50% of employees who don’t feel appreciated at their current job say that they will leave it within 12 months.
Unengaged employees cost the US economy an estimated 484-605 billion annually in lost productivity, according to a 2017 Gallup survey. That mind-boggling number easily doubles - if not triples - when we look at the state of the matter from a global perspective.
The world of internal communications is nuanced and layered - and it’s constantly evolving.
But, unless you’re a communications manager or work in the internal comms department, this is not something that you’ll notice very much. And, even if you are, it’s easy to get lost in the thick of it[...]
Employee advocacy statistics of 2019 show us that companies are dramatically redefining the role their employees have in their digital marketing efforts.
Instead of placing faith in dime-a-dozen YouTube and Instagram influencers, companies are finally turning their eye to their most valuable[...]