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Frank’s naked truth about HR communication

I just have to point you to Frank Roche‘s 35 bullet points about Internal HR Comms – I particularly like numbers 4, 19, 21, 26 and the last one.

The design of your comms matters. The tone, the voice, of your comms matters. You don’t have to write the perfect communiqué – you do have to consider your audience and write for them, not yourself or your boss or the content expert.

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