By Kelly Eisel, Industry Weapon, email@example.com
Do you have clients with teams losing efficiency behind a backlog of emails, chats, and memos? Most companies go through it at one time or another, and if you haven’t yet — now is the time to educate yourself on preventing poor communication in the workplace. You can read countless articles forewarning the consequences of bad communication, but what creates this lack of communication in the first place? What precautions can your customers take against it?
The bigger the company, the more challenging the task of communication can be. Poor communication obstructs organizational efficiency. Without the implementation of best practices, project time will slow down and become inefficient. Managers try to both prevent and remedy communication breakdowns by increasing meeting frequency. The average employee attends 62 meetings a month, totaling 31 unproductive hours. What is more sobering is that that an employee is likely to spend $2100 to $4100 of the annual company budget on poor internal communications.
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