Insights into the Future of Employee Communication

Battle-Tested Advice For Successful Change Communication

For modern companies, stable order often means stagnation rather than blazing a path toward a desirable goal. Change, on the other hand, is becoming more and more of an everyday business. But with it comes an ever-growing sense of insecurity, especially for those who aren’t directly involved in the change processes, but feel its effects nonetheless. For them, you as internal communicator can make the difference. You have the position to define how well change is communicated and thus perceived within your company.

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New in October: Analytics Dashboard, More Language Capabilities, and Timely Improvements for iOS 12 and Android 9 "Pie"

This release is packed with improvements, including the eagerly awaited analytics dashboard for admins, many new languages, as well as multi-language capability in the Forms plugin, plus a variety of compliance and security updates such as our ISO 27001 certification and the app lock feature. All of this with enhanced support for the just released iOS 12 and Android 9 "Pie"!

 

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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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Why Don’t You Stay? Strategies for Employee Retention with an App in Healthcare

Today’s healthcare workers don’t have time to read messages on a desktop intranet. Mobile access to communications is critical for healthcare leaders to connect with their workforce no matter where they are or where they work. 

 

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Let Video Star in Your Internal Communications Strategy

Today, people have portable video studios in their pockets. You just don’t have to be Steven Spielberg to be good at using video to tell a story anymore. If you've posted a video to YouTube, you know that producing, consuming, and distributing moving images is simple and easy. Why should it be any different in the workplace? In 2018, it's critical to ensure that you have an IC channel capable of sharing video to strengthen employee connections and bring internal messages to life.

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