Video communication is becoming more common in HR departments across all industries. As the workforce and the nature of work itself are shifting, technology needs to shift with it. See what video communication technology can do for you.
We have spoken. What we want in the video conference calls of the future is…artificial intelligence. A recent industry survey of video conference users found that AI in communication is the way of the future and the most highly anticipated aspect of the technology’s evolution.
Employee communication is all about getting the same messages out to the people who need information. It’s also about personalizing communications so that each employee gets the information they need to do their jobs well and make good decisions. Video communications is great, but what features separate some communications platforms from others?
A journalist from The Oregonian newspaper offers tips on how to report visually on complicated or hard-to-shoot subjects.
Information is key to the success of your business. It keeps your customers, partnerships, vendors, employees, and everyone else involved in your bottom line informed of events and happening within your company. The way you deliver your information will determine how it is perceived and received. Your company thrives on delivering information, and you want to ensure it is distributed in an effective manner that garners results. That’s where video communication comes in.
Employee Communications and video communications are becoming more intertwined every day in the Human Resources world. Even with technology changing employee engagement, the name of the game is still communication. That’s why I had used that word twice in my title.
Each year, organizations develop strategies designed to improve the way they communicate with their employees. Part of the focus is on building more personalized content that will be shared across teams and, often, dispersed office locations. Organizations that empower employees to take action and own the important decisions they’ll make in the coming year are the most successful.
When we talk about video communications from a human resources standpoint, we understand that the end result should be an on-brand, informative, useful product for employees. But if your employees never use these resources, what good are they? Here’s how you can draw eyeballs to your videos.
Tiny video cameras have flagged up communication glitches between Scottish emergency doctors — including an occasion when one almost cut open the wrong side of a patient’s chest.
Every HR professional understands that employee benefits are one of the biggest reasons employees choose one job over another, and your company provides great benefits—a quality health insurance plan, for example. In fact,
Open enrollment is sneaking up on us faster than you might think. When you consider how much hand-wringing and decision making will occur in the next four or five months, especially when everyone returns from their summer vacations, the importance of having your decision-support tools and information together for your employees should be emphasized.
Open enrollment and choosing the right health insurance options can be one of the most stressful and daunting tasks for many employees. Open enrollment happens every year, and some employees still do not understand the process and experience lots of confusion during the process.
Skype’s redesign launched last year was met with mixed reviews, but the company is forging ahead by rolling out a number of its new features to other platforms, including the desktop.
Big numbers rarely spark action, but a sea turtle with a straw in its nose can trigger a movement.
App-based video calling services are changing the way in which consumers communicate in much the same way as streaming OTT video services has changed the way in which people consume TV, according to a new survey from Ovum.
You know what words very rarely come to mind when I think of a company’s video library?
Current. Fresh. Exciting. Modern.
One of the most effective new terms to arise in the digital age is “disruptive.” While once it was a negative word, used to describe something troublesome, something interrupting a steady flow of events, now it’s seen as a positive. Disruptive technology is synonymous with innovation and improvement.