Engagement Through Communications & Employer Branding
Technology has enabled us to deliver faster and more customised solutions to our clients. It has also given us the freedom to work remotely across various geographies. However, working in virtual teams in different time zones can make it more challenging for employees to feel connected. How do you keep employees engaged and working towards a unified, common goal?
John Hackett, Director of Human Resources for Asia Pacific at Pitney Bowes, discusses how effective employee communications and employer branding strategies can lead to higher engagement.
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