No one likes thinking about disaster preparedness and business continuity, but they’re vital to protecting employees and the business. To be successful, Communications needs to plan ahead. Here are three things you can’t live without.
Management training is good for business, yet so many companies don’t train their managers — new managers or managers who may need a refresher. The consequences are that managers aren’t successful, cause employee dissatisfaction and create other problems. Read the reasons to train managers at your organization and some ideas on how to do it.
Your corporate social responsibility is good for the community and for employee morale, but it’s also good for business … including your bottom line.
“If you build it, they will come.” For Kevin Costner, this might be true. The same cannot be said when it comes to engaging employees on your intranet. In the mind of your average employee, the word “intranet” is more likely to incite fear than excitement. Historically, the perception of an intranet is synonymous with an information dump. If you don’t know where to find something, it’s probably hidden in the intranet catacombs.
Win the hearts and minds of your employees when you see how Human Resources is like Internal Customer Service.
5 Ways to Use Technology to Align Employee Work to Organizational Mission and Objectives