How to Reduce Retail Turnover with Better Internal Communication

Every company deals with employee turnover, but the retail industry tends to have some of the highest reported rates among all employers. The most successful retailer in America, Wal-Mart, even faces a steep employee turnover rate – which, according to Bloomberg, could be as high as 60% annually. When you consider it costs about $3,400 to replace a retail associate, you begin to understand why turnover is such a problem.
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3 Reasons Why Happy Hotel Staff Translates Into Happy Guests

Given the fierce competition in the hospitality industry, it’s no surprise that excellent guest satisfaction is the top priority of any hotel. But with all the attention on guests, companies often overlook the people that are providing the guest experience that impacts coveted review ratings. There is a direct correlation between your employees’ moods the guest’s impression of your hotel.
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How to Instill a Sense of Purpose in Your Retail Employees

Retailers keen on hiring the best and brightest should start emphasizing their company mission more in interviews. A study by Deloitte recently found that 60 percent of millennials chose their current job because the company had a “sense of purpose”. Your employees increasingly want to believe their job matters, and they are looking to you for proof.
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3 Reasons Your Construction Company Needs a Mobile Communication Tool

Communication within construction companies can be difficult to manage due to the very nature of their work. Employees rarely visit the company’s headquarters; instead, they spend the majority of their time on-location at construction sites. Each site has a small office for management, but it’s impossible to communicate with all employees at once. Or it used to be, anyway.
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5 Telecom Trends That Will Inspire Internal Communications

At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, five trends came alive during the keynote “The Digital Economy” with John Stankey, CEO of AT&T Entertainment Group and AT&T Services.
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How to Protect Company Info When An Employee Leaves

The unfortunate reality for any company is employees will leave. Employee turnover is costly both to the bottom line and your staff’s time. Not only that, goodbyes can be awkward, so many employers neglect to cover all their bases for employees that have been fired or are resigning.
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How to Improve Internal Communication in a Factory

In factories, production is the number one priority, so it isn’t a surprise that internal communication is not on the radar of most manufacturers.
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4 Timesaving Employee Engagement Tips

When companies talk about improving employee engagement, a large-scale, time-consuming initiative usually follows. These initiatives are often kickstarted with grand campaigns based on directives for big changes from management.
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5 Signs Your Company Has an Internal Communication Problem

Just like any relationship, poor communication can cause an organization to slowly deteriorate. The problem with poor communication is it can be hard to recognize before the damage is done. Tasks start falling through the cracks and blame is then passed around. Goals come and go without being achieved.
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3 Ways Mobile Communication Can Save Your Crisis Communication

The incredible speed at which news can spread has made responsive crisis communication an essential part of any company. For public companies, a PR crisis can mean a plunging stock price and millions of dollars lost. For private companies, a squeaky clean reputation can be lost in a day. Today 28 percent of all crises spread to international media within an hour, so speedy and decisive communication is always necessary. Here are three ways mobile communication can help you in the event of a full-blown PR crisis.
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