How to effectively communicate employee share plan information during a pandemic
The global pandemic has significantly raised awareness to the importance of internal communications as office-based firms sent their employees to work from home, altered their hours, or closed entirely. Without the ease of quick, in-person check-ins around the office, staying connected with employees is tricky.
When it comes to your organization and the people within it, the best thing you can do is have the right kind of internal communications strategy to remain connected to your workforce during times of uncertainty and beyond.
How to Establish, Design and Implement an ESPP
Companies that can maintain employee engagement during times of uncertainty are much more likely to flourish, in part because engaged employees are more likely to come up with innovative ideas for saving money and generating new products.
If you don’t yet have a plan, now is a perfect time to think about starting one! This white paper focuses on how to establish, design and implement an ESPP to support your talent strategy in ten steps.