Most employees at large U.S. companies say HR communication doesn’t prepare them to make smart decisions, according to a recent survey from Davis & Company.
Davis & Company, employee communication experts—found that while nearly 100% of respondents read or skim HR communication, only 30% are happy with communication they receive, and 50% feel indifferent.
“The good news is employees care about HR communication,” said Alison Davis, CEO of Davis & Company. “But employees’ needs are not being met. They find HR communication to be too complex and inconvenient. This survey shows us that there is clearly room for improvement.”