Employee Communications Manager Salary
An Employee Communications Manager earns an average salary of $81,289 per year. Most people with this job move on to other positions after 20 years in this career. A skill in Strategic Planning is associated with high pay for this job. Pay for this job rises steadily for more experienced workers, but goes down noticeably for the few employees with more than 20 years' experience.
|Salary||$55,884 - $114,081|
|Bonus||$1,532 - $24,240|
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|$56,342 - $130,924|
Job Description for Employee Communications Manager
An employee communications manager is a human resource position that is responsible for the development of proposals, budgets, schedules, employee engagement events, and any other special HR functions. Their focus is to ensure an employee-friendly workplace by engaging employees with events and involving them in corporate decisions. This will be done through questionnaires, surveys, and committees. The goal of the employee communications manager is to ensure that the strategies of employees and higher management are in alignment, so the employees understand the direction of the leadership.Read More...
This position may travel to different worksites to ensure all employees are being represented in the ideas and events being delivered. The manager will have a central home base location at one of the sites, allowing them to plan and work. This position may require heavy lifting and long hours on their feet when prepping for events.
The average work day is eight hours, with the potential for some extra hours in prep time for either an event or a committee meeting. This manager will report to his or her direct supervisor, who may be at a different location. This position is primarily a desk position, with constant evaluation of what is needed to enhance employee engagement in the location. The employee communications manager will be responsible for quarterly reports involving employee engagement percentage, along with plans and events in the future. The position generally requires a bachelor's degree in a related field and several years of relevant experience.
Employee Communications Manager Tasks
- Align and integrate the communications objectives of all departments within the organization, through partnership and planning.
- Counsel human resources leaders and management on communication planning and approaches.
- Manage the messaging and content of employee newsletters, new employee handbooks, and web content.
- Develop and maintain a communication plan that support the overall organizational objectives.
- Inform, guide and support the overall human resources communications strategy.
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