Communication needn’t be complex. At the same time, there isn’t a ‘plug in and play’ solution. We’ve created a communication toolkit to help employers communicate their benefit and wellbeing programme more effectively, enabling them to get the best value and engagement with their employee benefits
Suzanne Clarkson, Managing Director of Coach House Communications busts five employee communication myths that can affect business profitability, employee engagement with benefits and the overall wellbeing of employees.
Employee engagement is about creating an environment, with the right conditions for employees to give their
best each day, where they feel committed to the organisation and motivated to contribute towards its success.
It’s based on trust, integrity, two way commitment and good communication between an organisation and its
Businesses with better employee engagement have:
Our HR Director of Legal & General Insurance, Claire Parker, talks about how we’ve kept our employees engaged throughout the pandemic, and how we’re using effective communication to improve our employees awareness of the benefits and wellbeing services available to them.
Catch up on our latest webinar in partnership with HRD Connect.
Our Distribution Director, Colin Fitzgerald and a panel of experts had an interesting discussion about how effective communication can bring wellbeing and benefits to life for employees.
Our toolkit aims to help support the creation and implementation of an effective, tailored communication plan.
Get started today by downloading our free toolkit.
With the help of our Be Well Ambassador, Roman Kemp we're raising awareness of the need for better support of employee wellbeing in businesses. Through our Be Well hub, we provide tools, resources and support to help embed effective wellbeing initiatives.