Topic: Employee communications
At Xperi, a company focused on using technology to make interactions with consumer electronic devices more personalized, it’s all in the name.
The top—yet most underrated—business skill is communication, two CEOs said recently.
With studies showing that annual performance reviews are less effective than more frequent feedback cycles, companies are looking to change things up.
Although shadow IT makes many department leaders shudder, a study finds it may have benefits.
A CEO is only as good as his or her employees, so bringing new ones into the fold is a crucial task for companies.
CEOs work hard to get it right, but sometimes there are slips with their most important assets: their employees.
C-suite executives, including CEOs, acknowledge that communication channels with employees are not operating at optimum levels.
Companies expect to allocate more resources to improving a lack of diversity in their workplaces over the coming year.
Communicating face-to-face is often electronic now that more employees work remotely.