How do companies communicate with their employees these days, when so many don’t have a desk or a computer? How do you reach those who work in a mine, in the cab of a delivery van, on the sales floor?
Since it’s been a long time since I’ve been in a home office, curiosity sent me to LinkedIn discussion groups, Twitter chats and Google to learn the latest about communicating with non-desk employees. You’ll find a summary of what I found out in the March issue of Wordnerdery. Advice includes — no surprise — using multiple channels, including both high- and low-tech options.
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