Employees need to feel that their work contributes to the success of the organization, and good communication may be the key to engaging them. Effective employee communication starts with clear expectations for both employees and employer. Now, organizations of all sizes are establishing employee handbooks that cover a range of topics, from employee benefits to standards of conduct. Employers also should make certain that they have clearly written job descriptions that accurately reflect the job duties and requirements of each position.
Regular employee communications also may include employee meetings, company newsletters, and even job postings.
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Additional employee management tools:
Payroll | Employee Communications | Benefits | Workplace Safety and Loss Prevention | Compliance | Interviewing and Hiring | Employee Motivation and Development | Employee Separation