Zoom fatigue is just one of the new challenges workers are facing in 2020. Along with that, there are feelings of isolation at home, struggles to stay motivated during the workday, and balancing family schedules. Boosting employee morale is one way to keep your teams engaged, but when looking ahead, how can professionals prepare now for the future of work?
When it comes to business, a one-size-fits-all approach to employee wellness does not address all of the needs of a varied workforce. Today, organizations are employing employees from all walks of life and need to celebrate and appreciate the diversity of their employees. Working to effectively communicate with them and encourage workplace wellness will drive productivity, culture, and community within
Register Today for the Strategic HR Communications: Engaging Employees to Take Action & Deliver ROI Conference, Feb 25-27 in Orlando. Strengthen your company’s Human Resources and Communications plans by attending the Strategic HR Communications conference. Attendees of this conference event will meet leading professionals in communications and HR from top organizations like Honeywell, Deloitte, and Royal Caribbean International. Royal Caribbean
Ed Kamrin is the Communications Manager for Corporate Citizenship at McKesson Corporation and is one of the speakers for the 2nd Annual Aligning HR & Internal Communications —West conference. Kamrin will be speaking on how McKesson aligned their HR and communications strategies to build a corporate responsibility program that connects employees to the business’ mission. He sat down with us
Strong culture leads to great employee engagement. It’s well documented that companies with better employee engagement enjoy oh-so-many dividends, including better productivity, innovation, customer experience, employee retention, profitability, safety and work quality.
This past May, ALI Conferences hosted our 2nd Annual Aligning HR & Internal Communications Conference in Times Square, New York City. Communicators and HR professionals from across the country came together to discuss their biggest challenges, strategies, and practical solutions for aligning their company’s communication for a better employee experience. Attendees Biggest Challenges: Shaping company culture. Turn the Employee Value
Written by: Charong Chow, Social Chorus Human resources will always be about people—but it’s truly amazing the way technology continues to shift the way HR teams operate. In 2019, you can bet technology and tools will provide new opportunities (both big and small) to streamline, enhance, and improve your work. Here are the top six HR technology trends for all
It’s not hard to understand why an increasing number of companies are choosing to do away with annual performance reviews: according to one study, over 94 percent of employees would prefer their manager address feedback in real time rather then wait until the end of the year. But annual performance reviews aren’t all bad. Formal ratings provide a macro-view of performance and engagement
Why transparency is important For the past 22 years Habanero has been on a quest to become more transparent with our employees. And for good reason—transparency is directly related to employee happiness. In fact, according to 7 Vital Trends Disrupting Today’s Workplace*, management transparency is the top factor when determining employee happiness. One tried and tested transparency strategy—Open Books So
Written by: Charong Chow, SocialChorus Modern communications are more than just email blasts. In our last installment, Shel Holtz of FIR was talking with Jana Dawson, Director of Corporate Communications, and Jaycee Breese, Corporate Communications Representative, at Westar Energy in Kansas City, Missouri. They were discussing the difficulties of reaching over 2,400 employees out in the field, and how to