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Erica Hebrank
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David Zinger left a comment for Erica Hebrank
"Erica: Welcome to our employee engagement network. I am pleased you have joined us and I look forward to your participation. Let me know if I can be of assistance. What role do you see for personalized employee communication in employee…"
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"Thanks for the welcome! I'm looking forward to being a part of this online community."
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Jean-Francois Hivon left a comment for Erica Hebrank
"Hi Erica, Welcome to the employee engagement network. What an interesting perspective you will have to contribute to the ideas around EE. Sounds like you do some very interesting work and we are happy to have you on the network. I am wondering if…"
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Judy McLeish left a comment for Erica Hebrank
"Hi Erica, Welcome to the Employee Engagement Network. I look forward to hearing more about what Aon is doing to increase employee engagement. I hope that you find this network an invaluable resource, Judy McLeish"
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Who are you?
I am a marketing professional for Aon Consulting's Benefacts division. We specialize in personalized employee communication, including total compensation & total reward statements, enrollment communications, onboarding/recruiting communications, and much more.
What is your interest or involvement in employee engagement?
Personalized employee communication as it pertains to employee engagement
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At 10:21am on January 20, 2010, David Zinger said…
Erica:

Welcome to our employee engagement network. I am pleased you have joined us and I look forward to your participation. Let me know if I can be of assistance.

What role do you see for personalized employee communication in employee engagement?

David
At 1:11pm on January 15, 2010, Jean-Francois Hivon said…
Hi Erica,

Welcome to the employee engagement network. What an interesting perspective you will have to contribute to the ideas around EE. Sounds like you do some very interesting work and we are happy to have you on the network.

I am wondering if you could share, from a marketing perspective, the most important thing you have learned about engaging people?

Thanks in advance.

JF
At 11:13am on January 15, 2010, Judy McLeish said…
Hi Erica, Welcome to the Employee Engagement Network. I look forward to hearing more about what Aon is doing to increase employee engagement. I hope that you find this network an invaluable resource,

Judy McLeish
 
 
 

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