Human 1.0 launched The Social Workplace Trust Study, in collaboration with the Great Places to Work Institute, IABC and the Society for New Communications. The study’s aim is to develop a deeper understanding and find a possible correlation between the role of workplace cultures and the use of social media across multiple disciplines in various industries.
- How treating employees as adults (as opposed to children) results in real business benefits in the areas of employee retention, word of mouth, innovation, and general trust in the workplace.
- Management does live in a bubble after all
- Surprisingly, the use of social media in the workplace is not hierarchical, and by logical deduction not generational
- Find out how companies use social media and what employees think of the efforts
To find the 11 findings from the study, you can download a white paper with the results of the SWTS Study. Simply fill out the form below and when you hit the submit button you will be redirected to the download page.
You can also listen to the replay of a webinar in which Human 1.0 co-founders, Ed Moran, Francois Gossieaux, present the results of the first annual Social Workplace Trust Study.
Alternatively you can listen to a webinar in which Human 1.0 co-founders, Ed Moran, Francois Gossieauxand Speaker, Writer, and Social Media Marketing Strategist Paul Gillin discussed highlights from the early results. This first Sneak Peek webinar was brought to you by the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR), a global nonprofit 501(c)(3) research and education foundation and think tank.
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