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PayPal’s no-nonsense approach to employee engagement

Some may disagree but internal comms is an art. Experienced IC practitioners understand the balance in delivering key messages concisely, while ensuring colleague morale – and interest – is retained. Tact may well sum it up.

Whether employee engagement is simply common sense or not for any size of business, there can be little doubt it makes a difference – particularly to the bottom line.

However delivering a sensitive message without upsetting the workforce can be a tricky task. And it appears online payment giant PayPal has its own approach: Like it, lump it or quit. Simple.

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Why slime doesn’t pay for internal comms

The insipid slime that engulfed 65 square miles of the beautiful countryside of Somerset bears a sad analogy to a malaise that internal comms is going to have to deal with.

I know Somerset well and have friends in the Levels. They are not your normal, comfortably dependent, go-with-the-flow types that make up much of our UK.

They are farmers, new-lifers and rural entrepreneurs – proudly independent latter-day pioneers.
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