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Welcome to our first blog on the topic of creating effective employee communications. In celebration of my newly released book, Effective HR Communication: A Framework for Communicating HR Programmes with IMPACT, Reward Gateway has decided to have the ‘Year of Communicating with IMPACT’. No, this isn’t the name of a Chinese new year celebration, but our way of sharing best practices and tips with the HR community on this important topic. So I hope you enjoy our blogs on communications topics to help you create communication campaigns and/or messages that are truly effective and deliver IMPACT.  

To start things out, let me first answer the question - what are the key reasons for communications, what does communications do for your company? They are to:

As you can see (and as you probably already know), communications has a big role to play in helping your company perform. The key is to get it right, doing it effectively and with IMPACT, as I say in the book. Please join us on our communications journey. 

Author

Debra Corey

Debra Corey
Reward Gateway

Debra is the co-author of "Build It: The Rebel Playbook for Employee Engagement," which she wrote with Reward Gateway Founder, Glenn Elliott. She's a Rewards guru, having over 20 years experience as a rewards leader, speaker, teacher and a frequent contributor to the Reward Gateway blog.

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