Internal Communications

Are your staff listening? The importance of internal communications

Internal communications can play an important role in helping create an open, environment where business values are understood, personal values are respected and employees feel a part of the business they are helping to grow.

It is not something that can be done once and then left alone. It is a continually evolving function with individual strategies and programmes developed to reach diverse groups of employees with different needs.

By maintaining open lines of communication, stronger relationships and a sense of community can be developed throughout the organisation.

Having internal communications that work efficiently and effectively is essential and demonstrates a company’s willingness to listen and respond to employees’ views.

CASE STUDY: Oceania Group

Ellis and Co can help in
this process by evaluating
the effectiveness and
credibility of current
communications and
channels and identifying

  • Communications Audit
  • Strategy
  • Corporate Culture
  • Employee Profiling
  • Change Management
  • Communications Planning