Employee Newsletters

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Employee Newsletters

  1. 1. Employee Newsletters: Employee Newsletters: Good for Employers Good for Employers Ann Wilmer/Capital Letters 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  2. 2. Effective Communication Builds Good Employee Relationships EC = GER 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  3. 3. Benefits Benefits • Job satisfaction • Access to information • Willingness to share information/support • Ability to understand ad carry out requests from the boss 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  4. 4. Benefits Benefits • Reduce turnover • Enhance employee creativity • Help with non-job related problems http://www.salary.com/docs/resources/JobSatSurvey_08.pdf 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  5. 5. Keys to good relationships Keys to good relationships • Make expectations clear • Use reciprocal nature of relationships to develop cooperation and trust • Understand communication styles 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  6. 6. Boss/subordinate Boss/subordinate relationships relationships • Praise • Understanding • Trust • Friendliness • Honesty • Openness to subordinate disagreement 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  7. 7. Boss/subordinate Boss/subordinate relationships relationships • Any member of an organization becomes the kind of communicator the organization compels him to be. 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  8. 8. Media for Internal Publics PR offers strategies to confront the challenges to effective communication 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  9. 9. Employee Communications • Understanding, teamwork, employee commitment • Strong manager- employee communication network 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  10. 10. Two-Way Communication Smith suggested that organizations miss out of a sizable share of their human resource potential because they do not put a high priority on effective two-way communication as the foundation for management-employee relations and overall job performance.   2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  11. 11. Good Working Relationships 1. Confidence/trust 4. Continuity of work between employer without strife and employees 5. Healthful 2. Candid information surroundings flowing freely up, 6. Success of the down and sideways enterprise 3. Satisfying status and 7. Optimism about the participation for each future person  2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  12. 12. Does your organization communicate well? 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  13. 13. Newsletter Goals Keeping employees informed Providing employees the information they need Encouraging employees to maintain organizational standards Recognizing employees’ achievements 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  14. 14. Employee Newsletters Two-thirds of all organizational publications produced in the USA are employee publications 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  15. 15. Downward Communication • Employee publications • Bulletin boards • Group meetings • Personnel handbooks • Memos 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  16. 16. Upward Communication • Face-to-face • Open door policy • Suggestion box 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  17. 17. Newsletter Content • Of interest to readers • Keeps employees informed about the organization • Promotes organizational goals • Explains how those goals benefit to employees 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  18. 18. Newsletter Content • Of interest to readers 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  19. 19. Newsletter Content • Of interest to readers • Keeps employees informed about the organization 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  20. 20. Newsletter Content • Of interest to readers • Keeps employees informed about the organization • Promotes organizational goals 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  21. 21. Newsletter Content • Of interest to readers • Keeps employees informed about the organization • Promotes organizational goals • Explains how those goals benefit to employees 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  22. 22. Motivate Employees to Work Toward Goals When employees know how increasing production will provide job security they will strive to meet production goals. 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters
  23. 23. “Working with people is difficult, but not impossible.” Peter Drucker 2008 Presentation by Capital Letters

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