3 effective types of internal communications videos

As visual content surges in popularity across messaging channels, consider how video might resonate with your employees.

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Video is an efficient way to engage employees and grab their attention. Workers are likely to retain 95 percent of a message when they watch a video (compared with only 10 percent when reading it in text). Sixty percent of professional communicators also say video improves the relationship between the workforce and the board.

Video can be used for many internal communication purposes. Here are three examples:

Training and education

Employers are often keen to share a lot of information with new employees in a short amount of time. Video is a great way to bring people up to speed.

Video makes messages stick far more effectively than text-heavy manuals, making training efficient and useful. Evergreen, reusable training videos can reduce costs for your HR team.

See how The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas handled its training video below:

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