Effective internal communication is the lifeblood of the company. Internal communication ensures all employees have accurate, consistent, timely information – and the opportunity to respond to it, ask questions, and effect change.
Internal communication also can be fun. It’s a way to recognize the great work employees are doing, give kudos, model behaviors, involve people in company activities, and build esprit de corps.
Internal communication also includes day-to-day business communication generated by colleagues to accomplish work. And it refers to important business documents, such as employee handbooks, benefits and compensation information, workplace wellness initiatives, and compliance and regulatory standards.
Internal communication boils down to one goal: ensuring people within the organization have the information and the resources to do their jobs to the best of their ability in a workplace that fosters innovation, wellness and growth.