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Workplace Safety Newsletter. Best Ideas

Caroline Duncan - Jan 24, 2022 7:00:00 PM

Taking actions to ensure that employees have a safe workplace is a top priority for every employer. This includes communicating workplace safety with employees. When it comes to ensuring safety messages for the workplace are delivered appropriately, sending safety newsletters is a good way to ensure you get the information out there.

Topics: HR Communications- Emergency communications

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Top 7 Metrics for Measuring and Improving Employee Experience (Survey Included)

Caroline Duncan - Dec 23, 2021 4:36:00 PM

Measuring employee experience can help you to understand if you are delivering on what employees want, and whether or not your employees are happy or likely to start looking for a new job. It’s important to understand your employee experience metrics to make appropriate improvements and protect your company’s bottom line.

Topics: HR Communications

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HR Communications Strategy

Anton Vdovin - Dec 16, 2021 7:04:00 PM

In a corporate setting, the human resource department usually works closely with the communications team to formulate and implement campaigns to increase employee engagement.

Topics: HR Communications

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How to Use Gifs in Corporate Communication

Caroline Duncan - Dec 10, 2021 2:07:00 PM

Using GIFS in corporate communication can help you to engage your employees in a light-hearted way. When you’re competing for your employees’ attention, any method that is likely to increase this outcome is often going to be a winning strategy.

Topics: Internal Communication Tools- HR Communications

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Anonymous Employee Feedback and Survey Tool

Caroline Duncan - Dec 9, 2021 11:00:00 PM

Employee surveys are an extremely useful tool to gather information and data from your workforce. You can use them to gain insights that you wouldn’t otherwise have about your organization from the people who are at the coal-face.

Topics: HR Communications

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9 New Employee Announcement Ideas and Samples

Caroline Duncan - Nov 23, 2021 12:51:00 AM

When a new employee joins your company, sending an email to the rest of the organization can help to ease the new recruit into their position by letting everyone else know they are coming, what they will be doing and where they will be doing it. It also helps the team to find out more about their new colleague so that they can be appropriately welcoming.


Topics: HR Communications

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Employee Value Proposition: Step by Step Guide to Creating an  EVP and Examples

Caroline Duncan - Nov 11, 2021 10:21:00 PM

Attracting and retaining the top talent in your industry gives your company an advantage over your competition. Defining and understanding your organization’s unique employee value proposition (EVP) will help you to capitalize on your strength in the recruitment space.

Topics: HR Communications

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Water Cooler Talk: 6 Tips on How to Make It More Beneficial for Your Team

Caroline Duncan - Nov 5, 2021 1:58:00 PM

Casual conversations in the workplace – sometimes known as ‘water cooler talk’ can have many benefits when it comes to team bonding and relationship building, which in turn is beneficial for productivity and employee morale. Unfortunately, many managers see it as unproductive time and actively discourage it. With the right attitude and approach to watercooler talk, you can harness its usefulness.

Topics: HR Communications- Internal Communications

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Employee Distribution Lists for Better Internal Communications

Caroline Duncan - Nov 3, 2021 6:40:00 PM


When you need to communicate with your employees, you’ll get the best results if you communicate with the right people in the right place at the right time. By creating distribution lists and keeping them up-to-date you will be able to reach your employees when you need to, with the information that they need.

Topics: HR Communications- Email overload- Internal Communications

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Employee Engagement Lessons to Be Learned From ‘the Great Resignation’

Caroline Duncan - Nov 2, 2021 9:26:41 PM

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way that people work and what they expect from their workplace, probably forever. And for an increasing number of employees, they’re leaving their jobs altogether. In a phenomenon that has been dubbed ‘The Great Resignation,’ millions of workers are quitting their jobs because they want something more than just a paycheck.

Topics: HR Communications

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