Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

Carla Kath

Carla Corban Kath is a Communications Evangelist at Staffbase. She has experienced comms from the inside out during her career and believes that carefully crafted content—much like cupcakes—can provide sweet experiences for both employees and customers. Raised in the South and surviving in the Northeast, she relies on a prudent "bless your heart" every day.
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Australasia's Public Transport Leader Transdev Launches Pilot App to Improve Internal Communication

It’s 7 o’clock in the morning in Melbourne, and hundreds of workers are counting on Transdev to get them to work on time. Public transportation is a big job in Australia and New Zealand; relying on almost 6,000 Transdev employees who operate more than 2,000 vehicles and vessels carrying 145 million customers each year.

 

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3 Ways to Unleash Your Internal Influencers to Produce Results

Internal influencers are a VIP part of your communications strategy to engage employees and drive change at work. Here are 3 ways that internal influencers can help you make a difference and produce results in your organization for happy leaders and employees.

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Bridge the Communication Gap with Your Global, Multi-Generational Workforce

While it has never been easy to reach and engage employees, the challenge is greater than ever as workplaces are evolving. Many organizations are spread out—across a region, country, or the globe. Most have employees doing a variety of jobs, from office work at a desk to non-desk work in industries like transportation, retail, and manufacturing. And almost every organization is multi-generational, with a mix of new hires in their early 20s and experienced hands in their 60s (or even 70s) who are delaying retirement. 

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How to "Turnover" an Employee Retention Crisis in Healthcare

Employee turnover is detrimental to a company’s bottom line, costing time, money, and valuable resources. Long-term employee retention may seem like a thing of the past, but although the job climate continues to shift further away from cradle-to-grave employment and people currently change jobs an average of twelve times throughout their career, it remains critically important. The fact remains: your business will be better if you can find a way to retain good workers.

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