HOW TO…improve staff communication

Clake, Rebecca
July 2010
People Management;7/15/2010, p33
The article presents tips on how human resource or personnel managers can improve staff communication. It suggests creating a shared sense of purpose, adopting a strategic approach to communication and ensuring that top level managers recognize the importance of communication. The author adds that it also important to engage the staff, keep a personal touch through face-to-face communication and work collaboratively with other departments.


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