Source: “Not Quite the Average: An Empirical Study of Web Use,” Harald Weinreich, Hartmut Obendorf, Eelco Herder and Matthias Mayer, published by ACM, February 2008
Writing to engage employees can feel daunting—there are so many difficulties to plan for, you may not know where to start. Don’t let the obstacles get you down. Instead, identify the barriers and develop strategies to overcome them.
For each common problem below, check out how to cut through the clutter and break through to your employees.
Source: State of the American Workplace, Gallup
Source: "Marketing Email and Newsletter Design to Increase Conversion and Loyalty," Nielsen Norman Group
Source: "State of the American Workplace report," Gallup Source: "State of Workplace Empathy Study," Businessolver
Source: "State of the American Workplace" report, Gallup
Source: "Social Media Use in 2018," Pew Research Center
Source: "Global Generations" report, EY
We hope these tips inspired you to soar through the clutter. The sky’s the limit!
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Source: "State of the American Workplace report," Gallup
Source: "State of Workplace Empathy Study," Businessolver