June 22, 2012
“Email overload” is taxing companies around the globe and driving major organizations to ban afterhours – and even work time – emails completely. As internal communication and research experts, we wanted to know: is email indispensible, irritating or detrimental to today’s business communications?
In a comprehensive, quantitative study, the LCWA Research Team surveyed employees at various organizational levels – from the C-suite to the cubicle – to investigate perceptions and costs of work-related emails. The results can be found in our pioneering white paper “e-nough alre@dy! Stop bad email: An update on work-related email reversing the notion to ‘ban’ email,” created in conjunction with our colleagues at The Grossman Group.
I encourage you to consider how this research applies to your organization and discover who is most affected by bad email, learn employee-endorsed email solutions and find out what bad email costs your company in productivity and dollars:
- Download the “e-nough alre@dy! Stop bad email” white paper today to review our top three findings, assess the most detrimental effects of afterhours email and assess our employee-approved solution
- Take our quick Email Diagnostic to see how much your organization could save tomorrow by eliminating bad emails
We’ll be presenting our research results and conducting interactive email diagnostics at the IABC World Conference in Chicago next week. Visit us June 25 and 26 in booth #108 and stay tuned as we reveal more detailed findings here over the next few weeks.