This week’s PR Roundup takes a look at the topic of the Middle East and internal communication, a media report on Edelman’s client relationships and its Trust Barometer, and the U.S. Department of Commerce asking… Continued
What if unscripted authenticity is the overlooked internal communications secret sauce to building and maintaining a strong company culture?
Employees voicing thoughts and opinions about their companies online can be a great source of information and create opportunity for dialogue, but it is also an important reputation management channel that requires monitoring and engagement.
PR Roundup looks at Amazon failing employee communication when it comes to RTO, AP Styleguide’s latest updates on AI and the earliest return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte ever.
Many employees may experience anxiety regarding a looming RTO—especially if they’ve been in a beneficial remote routine for the past several years. A strong, clear internal communication strategy can help navigate that.
The communications coming directly from the PGA Tour players after the announcement were just as damning to the brand and reputation of the sport as were the thoughts of any analyst or pundit discussing the ethics and economics of the situation.
As brands and companies recognize Juneteenth, it’s important to remember that supporting Black employees authentically and respectfully requires meaningful planning, understanding and action. Here are some internal strategies that your organization can use.
Employee advocacy is a learned behavior that develops from a supportive internal framework. In this piece, the author shares steps to increase internal alignment.
While some employees may bristle at formal DEI training and evaluations, it’s important to keep a sense of community in mind.
According to the PRNEWS poll, More than one-third of communicators never talk directly with their company leaders.