BenefitsPRO: How to Keep Employees Engaged via Mobile Without Causing Burnout

by Jeff Corbin | June 27, 2017

With more than a quarter of the world’s population owning mobile devices and Americans checking them several times an hour, it’s no wonder today’s employees always have their heads in their Apples and Androids. The convenience of mobile technology means employees can be connected 24/7 not only to each other, but also to work. While Read more…

PR Daily: Survey: Comms Companies Slow on the Technology Uptake

by Robby Brumberg | June 26, 2017

Email, desktops and intranets dominate workplace communication—but for how much longer? According to a survey from the Public Relations Society of America and APPrise Mobile, a sea change in how companies distribute internal content and coordinate messaging seems inevitable. Old habits die hard, however. Even with the proliferation of social media and messaging apps like Read more…

HR Dive: Despite New Technologies, 95% of Companies Still Use Email as Main Communication Tool

by Valerie Bolden-Barrett | June 21, 2017

Dive Brief: New findings in a study by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) and theEMPLOYEEapp by APPrise Mobile show that 95% of organizations still use email as their prime mode of communicating internally, despite access to social media, messaging and other trendier formats. But there’s hope for younger communication formats yet. ​The study Read more…

Incentive & Motivation: The 7 Reasons Your Employees Are Job Hunting

by Incentive & Motivation | June 15, 2017

As a reward professional or HR whizz, you want to keep employees happy and retain them. But why are people leaving? We took a look at the Hay Group’s global employee opinion research database of 4 million employee records to see the factors that drive employees out of organisations. They include the following in rank order. Read more…

Rethinking How to Introduce a New CEO to Employees

by Arik Hanson | June 7, 2017

In case you haven’t been reading the Star Tribune business section lately, there’s been a rash of CEO turnover in town. General Mills has a new CEO. US Bank has a new CEO. Patterson Dental (client) just ousted its CEO. And, just this past weekend, Buffalo Wild Wings’ CEO, Sally Smith, abruptly retired. That’s a Read more…

Internal Communications Mistakes that Destroy Employee Engagement (and How to Fix Them)

by Jeff Corbin | June 7, 2017

Would it surprise you to learn that a staggering 70% of U.S. workers are not engaged with their jobs? Unfortunately, this recent Gallup statistic hasn’t changed much over the past few years so it begs the question—where are organizations going wrong? The answer: a failure to focus on and make a commitment to internal communications. Read more…

Entrepreneur: Bashing the Stereotypes: What You Need to Know About Gen Z

by Heather Huhman | June 1, 2017

Just as business leaders were finally getting comfortable with millennials, Generation Z candidates (born mid-1990s to early 2000s) began to slowly make their way into the workforce. Considering that it took years for employers to adjust to millennials’ specific traits and expectations, it’s crucial now that they take a step back to understand how they Read more…

Becker’s Hospital Review: Survey: Nearly 80% of healthcare communications professionals find it difficult to communicate with employees

by Kelly Gooch | June 1, 2017

Many healthcare organizations face challenges with employee communication, according to a new survey by APPrise Mobile. For the survey, researchers asked 60 healthcare communications professionals about their organization’s practices related to employee engagement. Survey participants came from various departments within their organizations, including corporate communications/internal communications, marketing and human resources, among others. Here are four Read more…

Nasdaq: 6 Essential Communications Skills for Today’s Business Leaders

by Deidre Breakenridge | May 22, 2017

The public relies on business leaders for vision, guidance, inspiration and, most of all, clear communication. According to Forbes contributor Steve Olenski, there are five communications skills helping good leaders become great leaders. These skills include the ability to listen carefully (a personal favorite of mine), interpret body language, have strong video presentation skills, and Read more…

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