DeskAlerts Blog

Anonymous Employee Survey

Caroline Duncan - Sep 5, 2023 7:00:00 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

Read More

30 Employee Engagement Survey Questions To Ask Employees

Caroline Duncan - Feb 7, 2023 5:45:00 AM

Employee engagement in the workplace is more important than ever before. With everything that is going on in the world, employees need to feel a solid connection with their workplace. Creating and delivering an employee engagement survey – sometimes called an employee satisfaction survey –  is the first step toward understanding and improving the levels of employee engagement within your company.

Topics: Employee Engagement- HR Communications

Read More

HR Annual Planning Calendar 2023

Caroline Duncan - Dec 29, 2022 8:45:00 AM

It’s time to start thinking about your Human Resources calendar for the next 12 months and beyond with a new year almost upon us.

Topics: Internal Communication Plan- HR Communications

Read More

10 Best Employee Feedback Tools to Use In 2023

Caroline Duncan - Dec 2, 2022 2:30:31 PM

Timely and effective feedback is critical for organizational success. Without getting feedback from employees, you’re playing a guessing game when it comes to understanding what issues they may be experiencing at the coal face of your company, how happy they are and what improvements could be made.

Topics: HR Communications- Communications Feedback Solutions- Employee survey

Read More

6 Ways Pop-up Alerts Revolutionize HR Communications

Caroline Duncan - Oct 27, 2022 2:40:00 PM

Internal communications are important in every organization to keep people linked, connected and working towards the same goals. Different parts of the organization need to ensure that people understand important aspects of the work that they are responsible for, and one of the main areas that need to communicate with employees is the Human Resources department.

Topics: Desktop Alerts- Desktop Alerts Software- Internal Communication Tools- HR Communications- Pop-up alerts

Read More

HR Communications Strategy

Anton Vdovin - Oct 20, 2022 8:45:00 AM

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

Read More

Work Stress Surveys - Questionnaires For Employee

Caroline Duncan - Sep 29, 2022 8:15:00 PM

An unfortunate aspect of modern life is the amount of stress people seem to be increasingly under, with workplace stress accounting for a lot of this.

Topics: HR Communications- COVID-19

Read More

15 Ideas Safety Message to Employees

Caroline Duncan - Sep 22, 2022 2:44:00 PM

Building a safety culture in your organization, where employees understand what procedures they must take to be safe and how to report any hazards should be one of your top priorities. Not only will a safe workplace help to keep your employees motivated with high levels of morale, there are many benefits to the organization as a whole to do this.

Topics: Emergency Alert System- HR Communications- Emergency communications

Read More

IT Onboarding Checklist For New Hires

Caroline Duncan - Aug 19, 2022 4:37:00 PM

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.

Topics: HR Communications- IT communications

Read More

Cell Phone Policy at Work: Tips to Create

Caroline Duncan - Apr 28, 2022 4:45:00 AM

If your employees are using cell phones during work time, it's best practice to create a company cell phone policy to help guide them in what is acceptable and unacceptable. Whether you currently have issues with people using phones too much on work time or you want to head it off before it becomes an issue, creating a cell phone policy at work will help establish appropriate boundaries.

Topics: HR Communications

Read More

Posts by Topic

see all
Try for free

Subscribe to get Internal Communications news on your inbox

Subscribe Here!

100% Privacy. No Spam.