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Developing a consistent process to onboard new employees into your organization ensures that from the very start they feel as though they are part of a cohesive team, while management can also be assured that important information is consistently shared with everyone new.
Internal communication is important in every organization, large and small. Sharing information, news, advice, directives and celebrating success and achievements help to form a cohesive team environment where everyone is working together towards the same common goal.
So you’ve decided your organization needs to invest in an alerting system to help improve internal communications and engagement. As a communications professional, you understand the inherent value of such a system… you’ve done the research and you’ve narrowed it down to a few different vendors with a suitable product. But you can't just go out and purchase one without going through the proper channels within your organization, and you’ll need to convince the powers that be to get it over the line.
With mass shooting incidents seemingly on the increase across the United States, many businesses and other organizations are turning their thoughts to the subject of gun violence and keeping their people safe during an active shooter incident.
In many parts of the world, the ever-present threat of earthquake is part of everyday life. In recent weeks alone there have been earthquakes of over 5.5 magnitude in Turkey, Indonesia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Chile, Afghanistan and Japan.
Alerting software is becoming increasingly popular with businesses and organizations all over the world who are seeking to improve internal communication and share information quickly and easily with their employees.
Information overload is a challenge that many organisations around the world have to overcome in order to communicate effectively with their employees.
Much has been made in recent years of the rise of the remote workforce as more and more people embrace freelance work, telecommuting and other work-from-home opportunities.