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DIY Video for Employee Communications

DIY Video for Employee Communications

You might think it’s a bit strange for a company who produces professional-quality video for companies to give advice on “do it yourself” video for HR. But employees, especially millennial employees, crave engagement, and HR departments are increasingly expected to communicate regularly with their workforce on both routine and critical issues. Videos can be a […]

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New Hire Orientation

5 Advantages of New-Hire Orientation Videos

When you bring new people into your organization, your goal should be to attract and engage them. Assuring them that they have made the right decision by joining your team is achievable with videos. Five key advantages of using videos to onboard new hires are training consistency, flexible topic presentation, creative content, efficient delivery and informative […]

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Engagement Efforts

11 Subtle Signs Your Engagement Efforts May Not Be Working

A motivated, happy workforce doesn’t just benefit your company with increased productivity and better quarterly revenues. Employee engagement also guarantees that you get to retain your best employees, enjoy a higher level of staff loyalty, stave off nascent union organizing and ensure your company remains innovative and competitive going forward. With that in mind, let’s […]

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Employee engagement Texting

How To Improve Employee Engagement with Texting

According to Gallup, 85% of employees in 2018 say they aren’t really engaged at their office. As an HR department, you have a responsibility to impart important information to your employees. Getting that information to impact unengaged employees is an extremely difficult task. Not only can you improve the impact of your communications for 2018, […]

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People First: The “Right” Communication is Key to Employee Engagement

  A manager tells a baby boomer employee, “I need you to work on this new project. I’m confident you can figure out what needs to be done,” and walks off. The manager doesn’t give the employee any of the tools needed to do the job properly nor does he explain why the project is […]

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5 HR Trends to Watch for in 2018

  With the start of a new year, there are always countless predictions about what lies ahead. This is no exception when it comes to the world of Human Resources. While already an ever-changing field, be sure to watch for these transformative trends in the workplace in 2018: 1. Employee Experience With an ever-increasing number […]

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Facebook Live for Employee Communication

How to Use Facebook Live to Connect with Employees

Facebook Live is already being utilized as a powerful marketing tool that connects customers with brands and services. But as people become comfortable with it, more and more businesses are now using the live video streaming service for their internal communications. Rather than hold extensive meetings that take staff away from their duties, these companies […]

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2018: Personalization Trends in HR

In consumer markets over the past few years, companies have faced a growing demand for customized experiences. This trend is now appearing with far greater frequency  in the realm of employee engagement, where human resources staff attempt to implement technology and changes in practice sensitive to individual workers’ talents, needs and preferences. Personalization of the employee […]

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Tweaking Your Employer Brand for Better Recruiting

Why are so many skilled professionals clamoring to land a job with companies like Facebook and Google? While yes, these companies appear stable and lucrative, there is something much bigger fueling interest: their employer brands. The perks, the opportunities, the flexibility and the social environment – these are the factors job seekers want to hear […]

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11 Examples of How Great Social Media Sets Employers Apart

Forging meaningful connections via social media is a goal of most people. It’s not just individuals though; about 50 percent of large companies and 75 percent of small businesses use social media. Here are a few examples of how companies excel in using social media: Best Buy’s Blue Shirt Nation (BSN): This is a community […]

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