Employee Communications

Do your employees feel informed and involved in the business? Good communications can play a key role in boosting productivity, staff satisfaction and morale.

Happy staff means a happy business – we can help you to communicate with them better.

Your employees are your greatest asset – and you need them to be alongside you at every step and to understand what their role is in delivering your company’s goals. Regular and consistent communication with your employees plays a key role in this. If it’s done well, you will start to build a shared sense of purpose with your employees and they will feel better informed and involved.

There are different tools and tactics that can be used, depending on the size and type of your business, so we will work with you to identify what the most effective strategy would be. We’ll explore options such as newsletters, campaigns or events that will help to engage your staff.

Want to find out how our employee communication services? Contact us here for a no-obligation chat.

Frequently Asked Questions

What benefits will my business gain via employee communication?

Good employee communication is an essential tool in achieving productivity and maintaining strong working relationships at all levels of a business. Employers who invest in communicating to employees reap the rewards because the workforce feels better informed and involved, which in turn leads to increased output and morale.

How much time will I need to invest in improving employee communication?

This really depends on your business needs. We’d be happy to talk to you about this in more detail. Even putting in place simple communication tools, such as a monthly update from the MD or regular team briefings for line managers, can really make a difference – especially if you enable employees to ask questions or give feedback.

We already communicate to our employees – how do we know it’s making a difference?

The best way to find out if your employee communication is working is to ask your employees. You can send out a short survey about the methods you use to communicate with them, ask them specific questions and invite them to put forward ideas. You could then follow up with an internal communication audit, which involves inviting small groups of employees to participate in focus groups, led by an independent person who talks to them about what they do and don’t like and how the company can improve. We’d be happy to talk to you in more detail about these.

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