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The 4 Types of Employee Communication

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The 4 Types of Employee Communication

Whether you’re an employee or an employer, communication in the office is something you experience first hand. By better understanding company-to-employee communication, you can actually help make your office more productive.

This infographic breaks down all forms of employee communication into four basic groups. The core business communications (including news on the organization, progress status and employee objectives) are “The Right Information,” and the most important employee communications received from the top.

Culture communications are the second most important type of communication in the office and basically consist of office rules and social communications.

2-way Communication allows employees to communicate with the company itself through surveys, helplines and suggestion hotlines.

Lastly, Recognition and Rewards help boost morale by praising those who do well and offering benefits to those who meet deadlines and quotas.

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