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The term “employee communications” refers to the channels and methods of communication between employers and employees.

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The Stage

Employee communications are an intrinsic part of management. Effective communications between employers and employees are essential for promoting employee engagement and participation. Conversations may occur upwards, downwards and across organisation; they may flow outwards through employee advocates and affect an organisation’s external reputation. Strong employee communications equip personnel to better support decisions made by management; in addition, they help employees understand how decisions affect the work they are required to do.

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