The State of the Art of Employee Communication in Italian Companies

Communication and organizational relations for competitive advantage

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pp. 112,      1a edizione  2020   (Codice editore 10067.3)

The State of the Art of Employee Communication in Italian Companies Communication and organizational relations for competitive advantage
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The State of the Art of Employee Communication in Italian Companies outlines the practices and trends of employee communication and organizational relations in Italy. The study includes a focus on the digitization of employee communication, internal social media and the use of external social media by employees. It constitutes a tool thanks to companies can map the development status of its employee communication over time and with reference to the Italian situation.

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The State of the art of employee communication in italian companies outlines the practices and trends of employee communication and organizational relations in Italy.
The model measures whether employee communication:
- is strategic
- is run with a managerial approach
- activates employees
The study includes a focus on the digitization of employee communication, internal social media and the use of external social media by employees.
It constitutes a benchmark tool thanks to which each company can map the development status of its employee communication over time and with reference to the Italian situation.
It has been carried out by the Working Group @Centre for Employee Relations and Communication (CERC) 2018-2020 operating at IULM University.

CERC - Centre for Employee Relations and Communication has the purpose of developing and spreading communication and organizational relations culture. It carries out research, dissemination, training and projects on topics related to employee relations and communication. It is supported by a scientific committee which ensures its connection with the main international centers of excellence in this field. It houses the Working Group Employee Communication.

WG_EC - Working Group Employee Communication is dedicated to a two-year special project in partnership with a group of companies. It carries out a research project on an agreed topic. Partner companies and IULM researchers meet 3 times a year for updates on the results of the research project and to delve into topics of interest for the WG_EC. The meetings are topic-focused and run in a peer to peer context.
employee.communication@iulm.it

Alessandra Mazzei is Director of the Centre for Employee Relations and Communication at IULM University, where she teaches Brand & Corporate Communication, Internal Communication and Corporate Communication and is also Coordinator of the bachelor programme in Corporate Communication and Public Relations, Deputy Director of the Department of Business, Law, Economics, and Consumer Behavior "Carlo A. Ricciardi", Director of the Master in International Communication and Chair of the Geerts Hofstede Consortium.
alessandra.mazzei@iulm

Luca Quaratino
is Assistant Professor of Organization Theory and Behaviours at IULM University, where he teaches Business Organization & Human Resources Management and Critical Issues in Hospitality, and is Director of the Master in Communication & Human Resources. He is a member of the scientific committee and Senior Project Leader of the Centre for Employee Relations and Communication.
luca.quaratino@iulm.it

Indice

Introduction
The Centre for Employee Relations and Communication and the Working Group Employee Communication
The Working Group Employee Communication 2018-2020
The research team
The Scientific Committee
Why a study on the state of the art of employee communication in Italian companies?
What is its value?
What is employee communication?
Which research design?
(Method; The Enabling Model of Employee Communication; The respondents)
What is the state of the art of employee communication in Italian companies? Findings
Which employee communication model emerges?
What conclusions and what open questions?
Methodological appendix
References.