Tags: Internal communication

Pension Awareness Day: New research highlights shortfall in communication of benefits

Research conducted by Mybenefitsatwork, a new online service launched by national firm of financial advisers, Foster Denovo Limited, has uncovered that the vast majority of employers (95 percent) believe the responsibility lies with them to keep their staff informed about changes to pensions legislation. This is supported by the fact that three quarters (75 percent) of employees believe the duty rests…

Feedback: Friend or Foe? New course from Symposium

Symposium are to provide a new course that offers training on giving and receiving feedback entitled ‘Feedback: Friend or Foe?’. This one-day course is designed for managers, directors and staff who want to improve their skills in giving and receiving feedback. The course will help delegates look at their personal responses to feedback, build a more open…

Case study: Nestlé enables collaboration with video for global workforce

Nestlé selected Kontiki to help engage and educate 140,000  employees worldwide using video. Today, it is used to give  Nestlé employees a voice, enabling internal communication and collaboration with no impact on the network. Nestlé is the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company. With headquarters in  Switzerland, Nestlé has offices, factories and research and…

Half of CEO’s question the value of internal events

Almost half of CEOs see internal events as a cost rather than an investment, according to the directors that work for them. That’s one of the key findings of new research amongst event managers and directors at FTSE 250 organisations and UK multinationals. Research from INVOLVE, the communications agency, finds that internal events are used…

Nicholas Roi: Engaging a geographically dispersed workforce

As remote working is on the rise, more businesses are forced to manage a geographically dispersed workforce. In order to effectively engage employees across a range of geographies there are some basic rules which should be followed. Businesses that fail to do so risk cultivating an unhappy, unmotivated and unproductive workforce. Engaging a dispersed labour…

Lack of communication blamed for low staff motivation

Lack of communication between senior managers and their wider workforce is leading to low motivation among staff. In a recent survey, by people development company European Leaders, found that more than two-thirds of respondents said that they fail to understand their company’s vision, leading to a lack of motivation and reduced productivity. In addition to…