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Now more than ever, attracting and retaining talent depends on your reputation not only for financial performance, but also for social responsibility. Yet, gaining recognition for your philanthropic efforts is difficult. Make it easy and fun by giving your employee volunteers a voice.
You can have the best talent management program in the world, but without effective communication it won’t improve your company’s bottom line. Human Resources and Communications leaders are using new strategies to reinforce their organizations’ talent management programs.
Savvy business leaders recognize that healthy, productive teams need a strong culture of collaboration and engagement to be successful. The one element critical to creating such a culture is communication and it’s up to leaders to provide those methods and make them work effectively.
An inclusive work environment is not a “nice to have,” which is why the ability to attract and engage people of all ages, cultures, backgrounds, and types is essential. The companies that get that are the ones more likely to succeed, and communication will play a critical role in that success.
Business leaders whose organizations have decided to transition from traditional office space—with private offices and semi-private cubicles—to an open floor plan or shared workspaces are responsible to set the tone at the top and help their teams thrive in the new environment.
In the same way you depend on specialists to deliver business outcomes that you don’t have the time or expertise to produce, you can depend on your business communications partner to deliver professional messaging and content that helps you meet your key performance objectives.
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