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Digital technology should be changing the landscape of the business office. Despite that, when asked what workers say wastes most of their time at work, employees say that meetings and emails top their list of time wasters.
One of the challenges of a fast-growing business is internal communication – something Adam Twidell believes is crucial to a successful and happy workplace.
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Facebook's new Workplace app, designed to compete with Slack and other instant messaging apps, is exploding in popularity.
While technology won’t replace humans entirely, we will need to rethink our purpose as learning professionals, writes Barry Johnson
Video email communications have come a long way over the past decade. Will email be forever changed as a result?
More than a quarter of Irish employers experienced a workplace dispute in 2016, while almost one in five organisations experienced a personal injury claim last year, according to data from the Adare Human Resource Management HR Barometer.
A look at some of the benefits of improving your internal communications using your intranet platform and how it can be used to get the best results
It was an observation that was simple and direct, but one that I obviously overlooked on opening day of the HR Tech Conference & Expo in Las Vegas.
In most organizations, feedback for everyone from managers to employees is critical to improvement and success. While some corporate communications tools have improved this process in many cases, many more employees still crave more. How can managers provide crucial feedback to help improve their employees’ work?
How to manage expectations and prevent possible miscommunication issues with your employees from the HR department.
Executives are getting the message about employee engagement.
Newly appointed Dropbox Australia and New Zealand country manager Tony Ward has dismissed the threat of major tech giants Google and Microsoft in the collaborative documents space, saying the company's big advantage is that it has only one focus.
Microsoft is ending Skype's foray into business communications, packaging its communications tools into Microsoft Teams, the company's challenge to workplace collaboration startup Slack.