Top Ways For Reviving Corporate Culture For Professionals

Published on 25 Jan 2022

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Remote working and social isolation remain in place as firms carefully re-emerge from the worldwide epidemic. So the challenge for corporate executives is not how to prevent upheaval, but how to handle it.

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The Solution 

Employee engagement is the process through which businesses match their people and business strategy in order to become more nimble and responsive. Human resource experts play a critical role in making this happen. But how can you cut through the clutter, tear down the walls, and get things done?

At Workplace, they understand that employee engagement occurs only when people are linked. Facebook has spent the last 16 years figuring out how to achieve this.

They’ve discovered what individuals desire from one another, what they want from their community, and what they anticipate from technology. Now they're providing that in-depth knowledge to the enterprise so you can:

  • Connect your whole workplace – and reach out to everyone with important messages.
  • Communicate with workers in a real and engaging manner.
  •  Create community via interactions in which everyone has a voice.

They invited six HR experts from world-class firms to break down each of these categories and share their Workplace experiences about connecting, communicating, and establishing community. These ideas are more crucial than ever, whether working from home or returning to work.

Human resource managers must communicate with workers on workplace policies, training, and perks. For crucial news and updates, Workplace employs company-wide Groups, Pinned Posts, and Mark as Important. Live video brings messaging to life, while new analytics tools enable you to measure reach and engagement over time.

Learn how this might affect your business by downloading this engaging and insightful whitepaper on Workplace. 


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