By accentuating content look and feel and executing marketing-style campaigns, HP successfully overhauled its internal HR communications outreach.
While social media has changed the makeup of PR campaigns and the day-to-day tasks for PR pros, it also has presented a range of personal/professional use discrepancies.
Poor employee morale is the No. 1 factor that decreases employee engagement, says an IABC study. Internal comms experts weigh in on how bad morale is identified and offer some cures.
Companies have a long way to go in improving internal communications, as bottlenecks and ineffective practices still limit worker productivity and erode morale.
Quick Study: Back to the Drawing Board for Internal Communicators; Majority of Gen Y-ers Consider Cutting the Pay TV CordJune 6th, 2011 by PRNEWS
â–¶ Internal Comms Needs Work: According to the first annual Workplace Communications Impact Survey—conducted online in September 2010 and released in June 2011 by Harris Interactive and Yammer Inc. — companies still have a long… Continued
Quick Study: Journalists Use Twitter to Source New Story Angles; Companies Fight Digital Diversions With Social ShutdownMay 23rd, 2011 by PRNEWS
â–¶ Journos Source Socially: The Oriella PR Network’s fourth annual Digital Journalism Study reveals that a large percentage of journalists now use digital and social media—such as blogs, Facebook and Twitter—to source and verify the… Continued
As the use of social tools and networks encroaches further on the typical workday, some companies are fighting back to restore worker productivity with policies to minimize distractions.
Often overshadowed by the deal and the deal-makers involved, mergers and acquisitions communications nonetheless can make or break the success of a marriage between two cultures.
Formulating clear, concise PR objectives may sound easy, but there are stakeholder, research and measurement barriers to navigate along the way.
Case Study: Evolutionary—Not Revolutionary—Changes to Internal Company Newsletter Update a 60-Year-Old TraditionApril 2nd, 2012 by Scott Van Camp
For more than 90 years, agricultural products company Wilbur-Ellis has evolved to keep pace with global market shifts. One aspect of the company was stuck in the non-digital past, though—its internal newsletter.