People of all ages are turning to blogs, Twitter, online video and Facebook. The distinctions between age and gender among users are blurring, as the web becomes the go-to place for everything from uploading family pictures to learning about health and wellness.
It’s easy to glance at the survey, “The New New Inbox: How Email and Social Media Changed Our Lives,” and come away a little worried. These are just some of the conclusions that jump out: “We are caught in an email vortex, death-trap,” “Social media is misused and contributing little to productivity,” and “Workplace interruptions pose a real threat to productivity.”
Text4baby, launched in February this year, has given pregnant women a free tool to sort through all the noise and receive information that matters to them and their baby at the time that it matters most.
November was all about open enrollment. And, for many, increases in costs, new health care reform communication, and a focus on consumer-drive plans. Lots for employees to think about and no shortage of confusion and opinions.
In case you missed it, here’s some of the enrollment dialogue on Twitter. It captures employees’ sentiments well. How are you addressing these issues? And, how will you be incorporating employee feedback into your communication plan next year?
You can’t help but be excited to be in San Francisco right now. The Giants just won the first game of the World Series and the city is ecstatic! Even the most reluctant sports fans (like me) are caught up in the excitement.