OhioHealth is consistently ranked among the top 100 places to work, and it scores in the 97th percentile in physician satisfaction.
To win that level of loyalty, internal communications must step up its game. This begins with ensuring that your communications advance your organization’s business and HR strategies, says Aaron Gillingham, vice president of human resources at OhioHealth.
In the Ragan Training video “Winning the hearts, hands and minds of employees to inspire their personal best,” Gillingham explains how to boost your organization into the ranks of top workplaces.
OhioHealth is family of not-for-profit, faith-based central Ohio hospitals and health care organizations. Recent acquisitions boosted the number of employees from 17,000 employees to 28,000.
Here are a few tips for keeping cohesion among the ranks in a large organization during times of change:
1. Align your strategic plans with your culture.
Your organization’s overarching mission must be supported by its culture and values, Gillingham says.