What is an internal communications best practice?
Internal communication can be a tricky aspect of business to master. Many organizations don’t have a dedicated Internal Comms professional on their team, so typically the job falls under the umbrella of Human Resources, Operations, or even Sales and Marketing.
That’s why we’ve created this comprehensive guide of internal communication best practices. Professionals at any level of the organization, in any department can craft a winning internal communication strategy and connect with their teams.
But that’s not all. We’ve taken our internal communication best practices one step further.
We’ve customized our guide for frontline employees. Communicating with office workers who have access to corporate emails and desktop computers is one thing. Communicating with hundreds or even thousands of frontline workers who are constantly on the go is a whole other challenge entirely.
Discover internal communication best practices such as:
- Defining goals
- Setting clear metrics
- Spotting champions and get them involved
- Organizing a kick-off event
Develop internal communication best practices to boost employee engagement with frontline employees by:
- Sharing company achievements
- Connecting all departments
- Celebrating your employees’ achievements
- Encouraging friendly competition
- Leading by example
With traditional internal communication, there is no efficient way to reach non-desk workers. As many as 83% of employees who work in the field don’t even have a corporate email address. However, 72% of those employees already use a mobile device. In order to communicate with your non-desk workers, you have to go where they are, which is why implementing a mobile platform is the best way to communicate with them.
This white paper will teach you how to:
Onboard non-desk employees
Boost employee engagement
Measure your success
“For production workers, a lot of things were simply not communicated because we lacked a communication flow that could effectively reach our teams in the field. We needed another avenue where we could reach employees whom we couldn’t reach before.”