Less clutter, better function

10 ways HR can improve intranet communications
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|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 03/14/2007

As more mid-sized and large organizations task their HR departments to manage intranets by self-publishing training materials, announcements, memos and information, these sites can quickly become cluttered and less functional.

But there are some simple steps that HR executives can take to improve intranet communications and productivity, according to David Cummings, president of web content management provider Hannon Hill, located in Atlanta.

“During the process of helping customers build their intranets using our web content management software, we’ve identified best practices to ensure an intranet is helping teams communicate and improving productivity within an organization. Whether a company is starting from scratch or freshening up a languishing intranet, following the steps we’ve outlined will ensure it becomes a valuable asset for the employees,” said Cummings.