11 July 2019

Webinar: Engaging remote workers through internal communications

Following the success of our recent remote workers event with the IoIC and CIPR, we're bringing you a webinar on the same theme.

Maintaining your company’s culture is never more important than when engaging a workforce that isn’t office-based. An innovative and creative approach to internal comms is key when it comes to reaching remote workers.

With such a wide range of communication types available, which approach has proven to be the most effective for remote workers? Can companies maintain a connection with employees that are not based at desks or work remotely? 

Addressing these challenges, we’ll be teaming up with Communicate on 30 July to discuss the challenges around comms reaching remote workers effectively. With three expert speakers, bringing experience in fields that range from charities to financial services, this webinar will explore best practice in this area and discuss the most creative solutions companies are developing.

If you’re interested in attending, head over register your place

For any questions, drop us a line and we’ll be happy to help. And if you’d like to see what we got up to with the IoIC and CIPR, check out our Twitter feed

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