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Internal Communications

Internal Communications Best Practices Summer 2016

Internal Communications Best Practices – Summer 2016

  Last week, I attended ALI’s 2016 Strategic Internal Communications conference in Boston. It gave me the chance to connect with some really smart folks in our business, and gain insights into key trends and the latest internal communications best practices that shape the work we do every day.   The event chair, the incomparable Steve Schenbaum, kicked  off the event with some...

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Will your company take a stand?

The response to recently passed legislation in North Carolina - widely viewed as the most sweeping anti-LGBT law in the country - has been loud and widespread. Musicians have cancelled concerts, organizations have pulled conferences and other events, and increasingly, companies are expressing their disapproval. Paypal and Deutsche have both cancelled plans to expand operations to North Carolina, citing the discriminatory...

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Benefits: Employee Healthcare

All Aboard the Benefit Express!

Ah employee health care. One of the most important benefits that employers can offer, and yet it can be so overwhelming and confusing to switch to a new provider. At Brilliant Ink, we are currently in the process of switching benefit providers and while there have been some hiccups, ultimately it will be the most beneficial choice for our team....

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Your Intranet Sucks

Your Intranet Probably Sucks – Here’s How to Fix It

Have you ever loved your company’s intranet? I’ve yet to hear an employee rave about their internal portal and the ways it’s a time and sanity-saver in one. Seriously, Google the words “intranet” and “sucks” and you’ll come up with 97,600 hits. So is a functioning intranet the stuff of legend? Could an internal site be useful, concise, and delightful – all...

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Going with Your Gut

I recently began listening to an audio book recommended by a friend. The book includes advice on how to streamline your priorities, and the author has the typical credentials you’d expect: He holds an advanced degree from a well-known university, he’s consulted for lots of high-profile organizations, and he conducted a study of hundreds of executives to reach the conclusions...

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