This summary is provided by the IPR Organizational Communication Research Center. Summary This study examined employees’ communication behaviors at the workplace. Specifically, the authors proposed and validated allegiant communication behavior (ACB) as a unique employee communication phenomenon and articulated the value of allegiant communication behavior in improving organizational effectiveness. The authors defined allegiant communication behavior … Continue reading These Three Dimensions of “Allegiant Communication” Can Help Organizations Evaluate Internal Communication
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Author(s), Title and Publication Emelifeonwu, J. C., & Valk, R. (2019). Employee voice and silence in multinational corporations in the mobile telecommunications industry in Nigeria. Employee Relations, 41(1), 228-252. doi:10.1108/ER-04-2017-0073 Summary Employee voice is an instrument through which employees can sway the employer’s decision-making process via informal and formal channels for the purpose of cultivating communication, … Continue reading Employee Voice and Silence in Multinational Corporations in the Mobile Telecommunications Industry in Nigeria
Author(s), Title and Publication Ruck, K., Welch, M., & Menara, B. (2017). Employee voice: An antecedent to organizational engagement?. Public Relations Review, 43(5), 904-914. doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2017.04.008 Summary Employee engagement is increasingly recognized as a contributing factor to effectiveness in innovative and competitive organizations. At the same time, communication has been heavily linked to organizational effectiveness. However, … Continue reading Employee Voice: An Antecedent to Organizational Engagement?