While executives, HR pros, and rank-and-file employees hold unique perspectives on COVID-19-related work-from-home (WFH) policies, there is no doubt where Tesla titan Elon Musk stands on the matter. In a leaked email from Musk to Tesla… Continued
When a draft leaked detailing the Supreme Court’s likely decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, it presented a conundrum for businesses. Should we speak out about this issue? If so, what should we say? What do our employees want? How will customers perceive this? Investors?
For many, the pandemic brought the realization that the goals they set for their life were not the ones that would bring them happiness.
Internal communicators and recruiters must discard preconceived notions about Gen Z. This cohort seeks values, mentors and financial stability.
The pandemic has prompted major changes to internal communication. Here’s how PR pros are managing them.
COVID-19 has made the start of 2022 bittersweet. Our author urges PR pros to consider some small upbeat trends in the midst of the pandemic.
We asked chief communicators about their 2022 priorities, lessons from the pandemic they’ll use moving forward, hiring practices and more.
Internal communication has become a critical part of how companies think about crisis. As we know, some of the best ways to limit damage from a crisis are planning and preparing. Thinking through potential crisis situations, creating a response plan and practicing regularly can help an organization reduce fallout from a crisis or reputation disaster, if not avoid it from happening in the first place.
Communications continues to be an essential function, particularly as companies, organizations and individuals continue to wade through pandemic challenges. The PRNEWS editorial team highlights some innovations and predictions we predict will be important for 2022.
As public health entities raise the alarm around the Omicron variant, communicators face the daunting challenge of what to tell employees and the public.