Satisfied customer and employee
Program implementation CSR it also contributes significantly to attracting and retaining customers, which is essential to the long-term success of a business. Moreover, many people are willing to pay a higher price for goods, knowing that some of the profits will be directed to social causes that are dear to them. Businesses can also experience increased local consumer activity if they strengthen the local community. On the other hand, socially responsible companies tend to attract employees who want to change the world in addition to simply collecting a paycheck. Collaborative efforts by employees can yield significant results, boosting workplace morale and increasing productivity. Ask us how we can help you create a CSR book and implement the guidelines.
Should internal communication be in the background?
When was the last time you took a close look at internal communication in your company? Internal communication is a critical aspect of everyday work. Most organizations carefully develop procedures for communicating with customers, stakeholders, and new hires. When you apply the same level of diligence to your employee communications plan, you will see a dramatic increase in engagement. Unfortunately, companies often adopt a create-and-forget approach to their internal communications plans. However, if you focus on implementing the guidelines - the benefits for your company will be invaluable. Ask us how we can support your team in implementing procedures.
Internal communication leads to success
What is an internal communications program and why is it so important? An effective plan will clearly define the business goals for communicating with employees and the actions required to achieve those goals. Basically, this is the plan that leads you to success. The benefits of good internal communication are numerous and varied. Strong communication plan employee engagement guarantees loyalty, motivation and productivity. On the other hand, poor internal communication can have an extremely negative impact on your business. It leads to lower morale, creating chaos and reducing productivity and profits. Ultimately, this can seriously hurt your bottom line. In fact, the Towers Watson study revealed that companies that communicate inefficiently have up to 50% less average turnover. You don't want to join this group, do you?
What is CSR?
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is not a new concept, but has quickly become a key component of success. For many companies, the main reason to become socially responsible is quite simple; it is the right thing to do. Initially, this sentiment was a driving force behind the company's community and social commitment. However, in recent years, consumers and workers have put pressure on companies to engage with the community. The result is mutually beneficial - society wins, but also business. The biggest benefits are:
• Being a socially responsible company can be empowering company image and build its brand.
• Social responsibility enables employees to use the corporate resources at their disposal to do good.
• Formal CSR programs can improve employee morale and lead to increased productivity.
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