Last updated on August 16, 2022 at 09:49 pm
In addition to your daily, operational communication, there are annual campaigns to communicate. These holidays and observances are important to acknowledge internally to foster your desired workplace culture. While it is often not appropriate to post about these things externally, creating an internal-only and meaningful campaign for employees is important for your workplace culture.
With the need to retain talent more pressing than ever before, a great culture really can set you apart. The 2022 State of the Sector report finds that the number one priority of internal communication professionals is to engage teams around purpose and values. Creating campaigns around important events and holidays is one way you can build your culture and live your values.
Download our free guide to get:
- Examples of campaign goals all annual campaigns to communicate to employees
- Campaign ideas for holidays and observances in the US, including:
- Black History Month
- Women’s History Month
- Employee Appreciation Day
- Earth Day
- Memorial Day
- Veterans Day
- LGBT History Month
- Boss’s Day
- End-of-year holidays
- An editorial calendar template you can use to plan your campaigns