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This blog is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. The relationship between organizational psychology and internal communication has never been more critical than it is today. COVID-19 continues to test the relevance and adaptability of internal communication. As some companies prepare to return workers to the office after over a year of working … Continue reading The Psychology of Returning Employees to Office: Models for Internal Communicators

Walden, Justin (2018). Guiding the conversation: A study of PR practitioner expectations for nonnominated employees’ social media use. Corporate Communications- An International Journal, 23(3), 423-437. Summary This study examined the delicate line that strategic communicators must walk when engaging with their organizations’ frontline employees online. Although practitioners and scholars have long suggested that employees can … Continue reading Guiding the Conversation: A Study of PR Practitioner Expectations for Non-Nominated Employees’ Social Media Use