More often than not, HR change affects all employees, not just at work but at home, too. So why is it so hard to get their attention?
HR communicators have the benefit (and curse) of knowing all the information. And when creating communication, they often try to pre-emptively answer every possible question as well as ensure change is conveyed in the most positive light for the organization. The result? Communication that is overloaded and over-sanitized, and is not organized around how employees receive, understand and retain information.
Employees do care about HR communication—in fact, we surveyed thousands of employees who told us just that. But they also told us they need HR communication to be concise and easy-to-understand to help them take action when they need to. So whether it’s a change in benefits, new wellness program incentives or an updated performance management process, we can help you create an effective HR change communication strategy.
In this one-hour workshop, you will learn:
- How employees feel about HR communication and their suggestions for improving it
- How to apply principles of change and the Davis & Company Knowledge Model© to your HR change initiative
- How to create effective communication that meets the needs of both the employee and the company