Poor employee morale is the No. 1 factor that decreases employee engagement, says an IABC study. Internal comms experts weigh in on how bad morale is identified and offer some cures.
American consumers are still hesitant to trust companies, CEOs and senior executives, citing corruption and overpay as major reasons for mistrust.
While online event attendees enjoy the reduced travel and time commitments of Web-only events, in-person event attendees enjoy personal interactions and expanding their networks.
Communications from a service provider is one of the leading influencers of trust, and every interaction—in person, online or with a call center—is an opportunity to build or break trust.
Marketing and communication executives are going global, with seven out of 10 saying their organizations currently have, or will have in the next five years, a global communications/marketing function.
The high cost of pay TV subscriptions and the emergence of other ways for viewers to watch entertainment content has prompted many Gen Y-ers to consider discontinuing their paid services.
Companies have a long way to go in improving internal communications, as bottlenecks and ineffective practices still limit worker productivity and erode morale.
When it comes to social media, women are more apt to be believers in the role that sites like Facebook can play in facilitating cause-related involvement.