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The success of the company is first and foremost the success of its teams. The employer brand is an essential and structuring element of the communication strategy. Internal communication is like the cement of the company. Implemented for employees, candidates and potential partners, it plays a key role in the quality of internal relations. Effective internal communication, for example, will enable teams to be united around the strategic plan and enable everyone to want to commit themselves to their company; because the challenges and objectives are understood and integrated. More factually, well-organized internal communication can influence absenteeism, staff turnover and the quality of recruitment. Communicating well with your teams ensures harmony at work, both within the company and with customers. Internal communication must be perfectly ensured because it is linked to the management of staff in their relations with the management team. A staff that feels well is a company that progresses. But managing these teams effectively is not something to take seriously. The most difficult thing is to find the way, the way that fits perfectly with your entrepreneurial spirit to motivate your employees. Parker+Parker is committed to working with you to determine which tools will be best suited to effectively meet your company’s needs. We base our communication strategy on different media such as text, speech, video and electronic communication to enable optimal communication. By relying on our expertise and advice, we want to unite your teams around your project, strengthen the feeling of belonging to a group, improve the general climate and the company’s performance. Our strategies lead to using the potential of each individuality to serve the development of the company. Our mission and we accept it: to make all employees adhere to a common project, with the same degree of involvement and investment
How to make XiVO exist in a competitive world through a well-defined communication strategy?