Tag Archives: communications

The Various Levels of Crisis and How Communication Fits in

If there’s anything we’ve learned from years of data-driven, timely communication practices, it’s that crises happen at all sorts of levels: globally, nationally, regionally—and even more frequently, personally. The emergence of COVID-19 has underscored the importance of a crisis-communications practice. But we’re here to offer a challenging statement: If you’re doing day-to-day communications effectively, crisis […]

Survey, Segment, Send: The Communications Formula That Makes a Difference

Before the COVID-19 crisis unraveled, our customers had specific business objectives and communications strategies for the year—needless to say, those quickly became more important to execute on than ever. While the urgency behind those objectives and the content in those communications evolved, the approach to achieve and execute them was only amplified. The Evive platform […]

Navigating Return to Work: Insights Employers Need to Know

Evive’s second COVID-19 survey was administered on April 30, 2020. While our first survey probed the general population’s attitudes and behaviors around risk and preventive adherence, this survey unpacked employee sentiment on return-to-work dates, policies, and other concerns during this new stage of the crisis. Questions we asked included: How often have you heard from […]

Checklist: Is Your Platform Equipped to Communicate in a Crisis? 10 Things to Look for

The recent months have exposed an important truth for employers: powerful communication capabilities are a must-have, not a nice-to-have. In times of crisis—and all other times, for that matter—employees need to be reached in pivotal moments that can make a difference. Whether it’s about quickly-evolving information that could impact someone’s health in an emergency, or […]