Remote working isn’t new, but it did become the new normal for a period of time over last year. There’s no denying that the standard office workplace has changed. Some employees have not yet returned to their workplace and others are pushing for flexibility on the back of the pandemic. With more people out of the office and staff shortages a concern for most businesses, internal communication has never been more relevant than today. Despite working from home offering a healthier work life balance, employees can easily feel disconnected from the organisation, reducing enthusiasm and therefore reducing productivity. A distributed team coupled with an ever-growing range of communication channels and platforms makes creating an internal communication strategy difficult. So, here’s 5 internal communication ideas to incorporate into your strategy.
After a year of distributed workforces, internal communication has never been more important to ensure your team is working collaboratively, keeping motivated and finding purpose behind their work. So, put these ideas to use and make sure your internal communications strategy keeps up to date with new working habits. If you need advice about how to integrate these ideas into your strategy, our team are on hand to help, so get in touch by filling the contact form in below!
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