Just a little update for you all!
Further to our commitment at the beginning of the year we have been working hard to boost our green credentials with the launch of a new scheme to plant a tree to celebrate every new client win. This month alone we have won four new contracts and hope to expand on this level of activity throughout 2013.
We have been carbon neutral since our launch in 2006 and by joining forces with the Woodland Trust they are set to further our environmentally-friendly actions over the next 12 months.
We are delighted to announce a number of new clients. We are very proud that the following companies have chosen us to partner with them in the delivery of their forthcoming projects.
Scania is a major supplier to British industry of trucks, buses, coaches and engines for industrial and marine applications. Additionally, the company provides a wide range of complementary and ancillary services in support of its products and customers through its 90-plus-strong network of service centres. In 2012, Scania’s share of the UK heavy truck market was 16.1% and its combined bus and coach market share amounted to 7.6%. It currently has over 1,400 employees across more than 40 Depots throughout the UK with a Support Centre in Milton Keynes and a leading training centre in Loughborough. We will be working with Scania (Great Britain) to deliver a bespoke piece of employee engagement research and survey.
Low & Bonar
Low & Bonar PLC is an international group manufacturing and … read more »
There is very little academic research into the area of employee communication and Chen et al (2006) argue ‘a review of the research on organizational communication practices has been ignored.’
Before undertaking the research consider your end goal; are you looking to measure the effectiveness, reach, impact or awareness? Many fall into the pitfall of assessing the channels used or volume of information generated (the transmission)– rather than the content of the communication itself, how well it is provided or understanding.
Think about your objectives for the original communication; what was the outcome you were looking to achieve or the behaviours you were looking to modify? Create bullet points of your objectives and then ensure you measure against them.
By far the most predominant measurement tool utilised by organisations are surveys but other forms of staff research such as focus groups, interviews with the executive team and short polls are also popular. Few organisations currently look to use internal social media as a … read more »