Avoid 10 common mistakes in HR communications

HR communications have big impacts on the work force; make sure yours are on target.

HR communications have big impacts on the work force; make sure yours are on target

As organizations tackle rising health-care costs and work-force integration issues, effective HR communications is more crucial than ever.  

Many people think of HR communications as tactical duties like creating policies and manuals, for instance. But “there are very big business issues in HR—like health care, compensation and layoffs—which generate the need for strategic communication,” according to consultant Laurie Barnes of Mercer Human Resources Consulting.  

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