What’s next: 9 ways to reinvent employee communication

Publisher: Davis & Company

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What’s next: 9 ways to reinvent employee communication

No one could have predicted how drastically the world would change in 2020. But we do know that when the crises emerged, employee communication became more important than ever before. And in many ways, it’s changed for the better. Many senior leaders stepped up and communicated with empathy. And internal communicators moved faster than ever to meet the needs of employees. With these and other improvements, employees’ expectations are now higher than ever. The trick for internal communication is to keep up the momentum. Davis & Company’s experts have mapped nine strategies in our latest e-book to help you meet those expectations.