Internal communicator Amy Gooen is fed up with people asking her questions outside her area of expertise
Dear work colleagues,
I know that the relative lack of enthusiasm I’ve heard from all you on this year’s benefits communication (except for the guy who wrote me to complain about the typos, and by the way, those weren’t typos, you were just WRONG) doesn’t mean you don’t like it. No, clearly it means you’re so ENTHRALLED by what our team has done for you with benefits communications this year that you are TOO BUSY loving it to write and tell us how great it is. (That’s OK!)
In addition to letting you know that I’m tremendously relieved that I’m (substantially) done with this project (except for several gazillion reminders that I’ll be sending to all of you through a variety of channels, despite the fact that some of you will miss the deadline and insist we never told you about any of this and in fact HID THE DETAILS from you), I want to let you know that I AM NOT A BENEFITS EXPERT.