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COVID-19 Communication For Transitioning Employees Back Into The Workplace

Katie Hickman, Senior Account Executive at Maccabee In the wake of COVID-19, your employees are experiencing a wide range of emotions: fear, angst, stress, anxiety and even anger. As employers explore what it looks like to bring its workforce back on site, it’s important to note that 70% of employees surveyed said that several factors…

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How Do Employees Rate Their Company’s Communication in COVID-19?

Tina McCorkindale, Ph.D., APR, President and CEO, Institute for Public Relations Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the Institute for Public Relations has conducted four studies, with partners such as Peppercomm, Harris Insights, and Leger, to determine how communication departments and agencies are handling the COVID-19 pandemic internally. The fifth study, an e-book featuring exclusive in-depth…

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SPECIAL REPORT: How Companies Are Engaging Employees During COVID-19

CommPRO Editorial Staff More than half of communication executives said employee engagement (63%) and collaboration (58%) have increased at their companies since the start of COVID-19, according to a new global survey by the Institute for Public Relations and Peppercomm. Respondents reported employee trust (49%) and satisfaction (32%) increased as well. However, 40% of leaders…

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Why Higher Ups Avoid Communicating with their Employees

Laleh Hancock, CEO, Belapemo Managers have a unique position to fill. Not only are they the main “gateway” for communication between top level management and the employees on their teams, they have the ability to influence and empower employee engagement. Recent data from Gallup[1] shows that not only do manager relationships with employees account for…

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[Infographic] How Did Financial Services Employees Feel About Their Work?

Azhar Unwala, Senior Analyst, PublicRelay With a talent crunch in financial services, retaining employees matters more than ever. Turnover can cost firms $15,000 per worker in the short-term and undermine financial firms’ profitability in the long-term. So, what do employees care about the most in their financial services workplace? To answer this, PublicRelay’s human-assisted AI solution analyzed over 1,500 data…

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Attracting and Retaining Employees with Summer Perks

Editor’s Note:  Useful tips as we deal with the summer heat. Jessica Webb-Ayer, JD, Legal Editor, XpertHR With the current jobseeker-friendly market, an employer needs to make sure it is in the best position to attract and retain the workforce it wants and needs. Summer perks are a good way for employers to show how…

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Employees as Marketers: Thoughts From 5WPR Founder

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR  Employees as marketers? Who would have thought?   Ever go out for a bite and encounter a server whom you know right off the bat hates where she works?  What does that tell you about the company’s culture?  Would you consider working there or collaborating with them? Today’s generation of workers is…

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Focus Media Promotes Four Employees to Executive, Leadership Roles

CommPRO.biz Editorial Team Full-service public relations and marketing firm Focus Media announced that Nicole Feller, Ryann Hannigan, Adrienne Bodnar and Christine Cordova have been promoted. Feller, of Montgomery, has become a Vice President. A five-year veteran of Focus Media, Feller is responsible for advertising concept development, media relations and editorial content. Having previously worked as…

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Why Your Employees Might Be Your Worst Security Risk (Infographic)

Vasilii Chekalov, Digital Entrepreneur & SEO Expert Cybercrime often boils down to one simple factor – the hacker finds a loophole or vulnerability in your security system and exploits it. This could be as simple as your anti-virus software not doing the job properly, but, as you’ll see if you have a look at the EveryCloud…

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2018 Election: Employees Request Time Off to Vote

David Weisenfeld, JD, Legal Editor, XpertHR Election Day is  upon us, and the one certainty is that interest in the outcome is at an all-time high. An NPR story predicts that voter turnout could hit a 50-year record for a midterm election with few people, regardless of their political persuasion, neutral about President Trump. The recent…

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Take that Critics: Amazon Hits Back with a Salary Bump for all US Employees

David Diaz, Executive, Davenport Laroche “Today I want to give credit where credit is due,” Senator Bernie Sanders declared this week, “what Mr. Bezos has done today is not only enormously important for Amazon’s hundreds of thousands of employees, it could well be, and I think it will be, a shot heard around the world.”  Sanders,…

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Four Factors To Motivate Your Employees Daily

Don Rheem, CEO, E3 Solutions While a healthy paycheck contributes to employee satisfaction, money won’t keep the best employees if other more important aspects of their employment are not met. If the workplace environment doesn’t fit with the conditions where the brain can thrive, they probably won’t hold on to their best employees for long.…

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3 Reasons Why Hiring Older Employees Is A Smart Decision

Andrew Simon, Partner, Simon Associate Management Consultants In the 2015 movie The Intern, Robert DeNiro starred as a 70-year-old widower who returns to the workforce as an under-appreciated and seemingly out-of-step intern working for a young boss played by Anne Hathaway. Initially, Hathaway’s character can’t quite relate to this baby boomer who ditched retirement out…

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McDonald’s Offering Major Increase in Benefits for Certain Employees

Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR McDonald’s has been hurting lately. The brand is losing popularity, sales are falling, and it has become the butt of constant jokes on social media, thanks to a fierce and often very funny Wendy’s Twitter account. This, combined with a few disastrous attempts to gain traction on social media, has McDonald’s…

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