Millennial Employee Comms

 

 

 

 

Effectively Engage your Modern Workforce

Millennials have grown up with technology as an integral part of their life, which has fundamentally changed how they communicate and the way they communicate, compared to the generations before them. The key thing to understand however, is that this new way of communicating is no longer the preserve of Millennials, as other generations are also changing their consumption habits too. Yet many businesses still communicate with their employees in very outdated ways, whether this is via company wide emails, quarterly newsletters or annual company meetings, all of which are cumbersome, infrequent and not personal. As such, engagement rates are at an all time low and businesses need to change the way they communicate with employees otherwise they risk becoming even more irrelevant.

What is involved?

 With over a decade of experience working at a senior level in marketing at some of the world’s biggest brands and also within the startup world, Adam knows the most effective ways to engage different audiences. Adam will work with you to first assess the breadth and effectiveness of your current employee communications and then develop an internal comms strategy that ensures you can engage a Modern Workforce now and in the future.

How much does it cost?

An initial audit of your current internal communications will typically cost £1,500, but will vary based on the volume and complexity of your current internal comms activity. This audit will include a full review of all your internal comms, both online and offline, over the past 6 months, a full report of the current strengths and areas for improvement, as well as a list of key strategic recommendations moving forward.

Depending on the route you want to take next, Adam can work with you to improve your internal comms by supporting your internal comms teams, working with external comms agencies or provide comms delivery via his partnership network.

Improve your Internal Comms today

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