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people talking to eachotherMaintaining a successful business with a positive experience for employees requires consistent and effective communication. This status of effective communication also clarifies confusion concerning important matters such as employee benefits and insurance. Improving communication with employees is possible whether you have launched a startup with remote workers or if you are managing a corporation with upwards of 100+ employees. The following suggestions are ways to boost those numbers for your own company.


Weekly Meetings

Schedule weekly meetings with all of your employees or set blocks of time for individual groups and sectors of your business. Meeting weekly is a great way to learn from your employees while sharing news, updates, and plans of action for the upcoming week. Discuss your weekly goals and what has been accomplished during weekly meetings, while allowing everyone who attends to have a say in how they want to move forward.


Use a VoIP System

Use a VoIP system to remain connected with your employees at all times, even when you work with in-house and remotely located employees. VoIP systems are optimal when working with an online business or any company that utilizes the internet and multiple networks to communicate and stay in touch with one another.


Smartphone Apps

Using a smartphone app is no longer limited to quirky, time-wasting games. Many smartphone apps available for both Android and iOS phones are extremely useful for businesses. Use a business-centric smartphone app that focuses on boosting company communication between employers and employees. One-third of employees prefer to get company updates via mobile apps, as this infographic from theEMPLOYEEapp demonstrates. Apps allow business to quickly and effectively communicate wants and needs with employees without planning a meeting ahead of time. Sharing files, photos, and new documents with specific employee groups while reaching out to employees individually using private messages has never been easier.


Ask for Input and Suggestions

Ask for input and suggestions from your employees to boost the relationship you have with those working for you while also gaining trust and respect. When you are open to opinions and input from your employees, they are likely to feel much more at ease and proud of working for your company. Businesses that do not allow opinions or offer respect to employees struggle with higher turnover rates and the inability to build a strong and desirable workplace culture.


Provide In-Depth Emails

Share in-depth emails on a consistent basis. Include complete overviews of weekly progress, meeting recaps, and inquire about opinions and input to keep employees informed at all times.

When a business takes employee communication seriously, continuous growth and a thriving environment become much more attainable. With the ability to effectively communicate with your employees, never miss an opportunity to connect and boost your company’s productivity.

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