The modern workforce is changing. Today’s employees are overloaded with information and notifications, remote and contingent workers are becoming increasingly common, and Google estimates that 80% of the workforce are in ‘non-digital’ jobs — they’re on manufacturing floors, in hospitals and retail stores. The challenge is that companies are struggling to connect and communicate with their employees to give them a great employee experience.
“How are we going to reach all of our employees to make sure that they have the best employee experience possible?”
– Stefanie Lightman, Head of Brand Management, Limeade
The key to reaching employees? Using communications to make sure they have a great employee experience and drive organizational effectiveness, performance and innovation. Watch our on-demand webinar where Stefanie Lightman, Head of Brand Management and Ryan Shirah, Solutions Architect at Limeade discuss how to address the communications challenges of today’s workforce.
THIS WEBINAR COVERS:
communications challenges many organizations face
The role of
technology in reaching and engaging distributed workforces
The impact of
effective communications on the employee experience
OUR FAVORITE TAKEAWAYS:
Communications oftentimes become overwhelming to employees but there are three main areas you must be able to reach people at all levels: physical, emotional and efficient
Organizations must physically be able to reach employees where they are so they can have what they need, when they need it
You must be able to put yourself in an employee’s shoes to understand what they need to get their job done efficiently
Respect your employees’ time — they’re already busy with various items on their plates
It’s important to partner together with other leaders in your organization to invest in a solution to give employees everything they need in a single place
Dr. Patti Fletcher, author of Disrupters: Success Strategies from Women Who Break the Mold and Limeade Chief Marketing Officer, will explore how to foster a more inclusive culture to empower and lift women, and ultimately achieve better business outcomes.