Leading companies achieve much of their success due to the investments they’ve made in internal communications. They understand that a disengaged and uninformed workforce will cost their organization a significant amount of time and money. According to research from Gallup, companies with a highly engaged employees consistently outperform their competition. In this way, the communications team holds one of the most important roles within the enterprise; they’re responsible for keeping hundreds to thousands of employees up-to-date and engaged with the company. This is no easy task. To keep employees informed, communications professionals often use a variety of tools, such as email, the intranet, social media, memos, posters, all-hands meetings and more to reach employees and share vital information.