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The Secret to Your Company’s Happiness is Communication

With workplace activism on the rise, a deliberate internal comms strategy can help create ownership and stave off worker alienation

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“When I grow up, I want to manage employee communications,” said no one. Ever.

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Karen Wickre

Karen Wickre

Connector, word wrangler, reality checker; communications advisor, author (“Taking the Work Out of Networking”), Marker columnist (https://marker.medium.com)/.

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