What can data predict about employee engagement in 2021?

A recent report from Staffbase dives into some major trends that internal communicators should know as they plan for the year ahead.


While 2020 posed plenty of challenges to internal communicators, it also presented a huge opportunity to earn a seat at the table with senior leadership. Never has your guidance been so important to business decisions as organizations have struggled to keep employees engaged.

Now, with an end to the pandemic in sight, the employee experience is once more in a precarious place—and leaders are turning to you to protect it. While no one has a crystal ball, data can give internal communicators some important insights on what to watch out for as they craft new strategies and plans.

Staffbase recently released a data trends report that reveals critical insights on how employees feel about workplace communications. Their findings shed light on:

  1. The evolving role of internal communications channels like cloud-based applications
  2. Practices that keep employees engaged, even during times of crisis
  3. What COVID-19 has changed about the way employees engage with their organization’s mission

To dive deeper into these findings and get the guidance you need to navigate a rapidly changing landscape, join Staffbase and Ragan for a webinar, free of charge, on Jan. 12, “Increasing Employee Engagement in 2021: 5 Trends to Consider.

Jeff Corbin, senior strategic advisor, internal communications consulting with Staffbase will explore the trends you need to keep employee engagement strong and maintain your seat at the table. Register today for this can’t-miss one-hour free webinar.



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