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Chief Communication Officer - theEMPLOYEEapp

Last updated on May 9, 2022 at 06:55 pm

Chief Communication Officer

theEMPLOYEEapp drives ROI for organizations by creating a one-stop-shop for communication, engagement, resources, and operations for your entire workforce.

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Create a Winning Communication Strategy

Conducting an internal communications audit annually is key to finding any gaps in your existing strategy. You may discover that you aren’t reaching all the employees you think you are or your channels aren’t widely adopted. It’s time to change that.

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Key Features

Employee Engagement

Encourage employee advocacy with social sharing and create a culture of two-way communication with likes and comments. Then track engagement with our analytics dashboards to help drive your internal communications strategy.

News Feed

Make your company culture front-and-center in your News Feed where you can feature the top news, recognition, and what’s happening at the company. Use the News Feed to make executive communications stand out!

Calendar

Connect all employees in-person or remotely with targeted events (like Town Halls) that can be added directly to the user’s personal or work calendar.

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Chief Communications Officer
Your chief communications officer helps drive the overarching internal communications strategy at your organization. They are often the champion of new CommsTech like an employee communications app, and they help other senior leaders to be better, more strategic communicators. But they also are responsible for external communication and PR in addition to internal communication. This makes them invaluable because they can help ensure that there is consistency of messaging across internal and external platforms.
Executive Communication
More companies are investing in improving executive comms at their organization, and this often starts with strong direction from a Chief Comms officer (CCO). By improving communication from senior leadership, you often increase trust and transparency, which are key to retaining talent, boosting productivity, and achieving key business objectives.

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