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Internal Communications and HR: 4 Killer Ideas for Working Together Even More Effectively

Let’s start with the why, as Simon Sinek might say. Why should Internal Communications and HR try to work together in the first place? Well, for starters, Internal Communications wants to communicate with every employee, and HR has access to a great deal of their vital information. That’s a pretty significant link, but we think there’s still way more to it.

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"Do you want to be my Valentine?" – How to Empower Your Workforce

It's Valentine's Day. Please don't forget your people. . .especially your employees. According to Dr. Paul White, coauthor of The 5 Languages of Appreciation in the Workplaceappreciation will go a long way with your workforce on any day of the year. Dr. White is a psychologist, speaker, author, and consultant who makes work relationships work. Listen in, read below, and learn why appreciation is crucial for company success. Improve employee happiness, and spread some cheer this Valentine's Day!


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Brink’s Launches Internal Communications App to Improve Employee Recognition

In May 1859, Perry Brink purchased a horse-drawn wagon and made his first delivery in Chicago. The city was benefitting from the economic boom, a direct result of the new railroad sector. Business travel was growing and people needed transportation between the new railway stations and the city center.

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Employee Experience vs. Employee Engagement: A Comparative Study

Employee Experience Defined: It's More Than a Buzzword

In 2015, when Airbnb announced that they were appointing a Global Head of Employee Experience, many people asked themselves, “What is that? Is it like Chief of Casual Fridays?” Since then, numerous articles, books, and blogs have appeared that refer to employee experience as a “buzzword,” a “trend,” or a “fad,” none of which suggest permanence or imply the kind of game-changing transformation that the concept’s true believers—ourselves among them—are certain it demonstrates. The disturbing result is that many business leaders remain likely to dismiss employee experience as just one more corporate flavor of the month.


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