Communication is key to a high-functioning workplace and engaged, energized workforce. However, communication mistakes often lead to turnover and other troubles. Avoid some common HR communication errors: not keeping things simple and avoiding technical language; not spending enough time addressing why a policy, benefit, or change is implemented; not dedicating communication platforms for a clear, specific purpose; not talking to employees on a regular basis; not making sure written materials/information are accurate; using generic content instead of information specific to your company and employees; and not allowing feedback opportunities. Seek input from employees at all levels about how you could communicate better with them and identify where there are gaps in information that you can fill. Read the full article.