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“One Voice, Green Field and Multi-channel Approach” – The Things We’ve Learned at The Internal Comms Conference in London

This Tuesday in London there was a can’t-miss event in the area of internal comms – The Internal Communications Conference. A lot of experts from retail, healthcare, education etc. shared their views on the latest internal communications challenges and trends. Our team couldn’t miss it and we prepared an overview of the key highlights for you:

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How to Engage Employees during EURO 2016

EURO 2016 is here, which means many companies will be vying for the attention of their employees against some of the most exciting football matches of the year. Football fans have been known to call in sick for big matches, potentially costing the UK economy as much as £269 million in lost work productivity.
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5 Ways to Reward your Employees without Money

5 Cash-Free Ways to Reward Your Employees

Rewarding and acknowledging employees is essential to maintain a happy and productive workforce. However, many organizations underestimate just how valuable recognition is. Or perhaps the importance is known, yet financial resources are limited. Fortunately, money is not the only means to reward employees. Check out these five cash-free ways to show appreciation.
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3 Ways Mobile Communication Tools Strengthen Employee Branding

Employee branding is important but often undervalued, perhaps because employers are so focused on how their brand appeals to those outside the company. But employee branding is just as, if not more important—making employees a part of your brand will turn them into brand evangelists. They are the face of your company to clients, customers, future employees, and the rest of the world.
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Kontrolle und Vertrauen

How to balance control and trust in your mobile communication strategy

Mobile communication is becoming an increasingly important part of a company’s internal communication strategy. This type of communication is beneficial not only to employee engagement but overall productivity of the company. To gain these benefits one must understand the unique set of challenges, mobile communication brings with it. Companies must first work to find the right balance of control with their mobile communication systems, as well as instill trust in their employees. 
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5 Most Common Employee Complaints About Their Boss

It’s only natural for employees to have complaints about company leadership, but it might surprise you that some of the most common complaints involve communication. Luckily, most of the complaints are easy to fix:
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3 Reasons Why Digital Workspaces Are Now For Everyone

Digital workspaces are becoming more common and they benefit everyone in your organization. But what is a digital workspace? There are many varying definitions, but a great one comes from CMS Wire: “The digital workplace is meant to be a virtual equivalent to the physical workplace.” While the physical workspace has desks, office supplies, and a copy room, the digital workspace is all about technology. Of course, the digital workplace is always evolving and now it isn’t just for desktop workers.
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3 most common internal communication challenges to address this summer

Employee communication isn’t static. There are times when you should re-evaluate how effective your communication strategy is, and summer is one of those times. With many employees out for vacation – sometimes mentally as well as physically – you may need to change the way you communicate internally.

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4 Historical Communication Failures That Could Have Been Prevented With Beekeeper

It’s mind boggling to think of how many of history’s missteps and blunders could have been prevented if today’s technology had been around. Miscommunication has been one of the key causes of many conflicts and man-made disasters, making us wonder how different things might have gone down if we had today’s communication technology way back when:
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3 Reasons Internal Newspapers Should Be Phased Out

Internal newspapers and magazines are two ways companies have historically tried to stay in touch with their employees. In an analog world, they worked well as a means of distributing important company news and information. But as technology has improved, many companies are beginning to notice their limitations. In fact, here are three main reasons it is time to replace your internal newspaper.
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