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Copy of Virgin Australia: Internal Communications Strategy
Transcript of Copy of Virgin Australia: Internal Communications Strategy
To raise awareness among Virgin Australia employees of the introduction of new technology and self-service systems into domestic and international terminals, and its impacts upon current employment conditions
To offer comprehensive education surrounding the use of new customer- service systems in everyday operations
To alter the behaviour of customer-service staff in their engagement with Virgin Australia passengers
> For 100% of Virgin Australia Customer- service staff to be actively aware of their new roles in aiding customers to use the self-service systems, and providing technical support by March 2012
> For 100% of Virgin Australia Customer-service staff to be educated in the operation of new technology systems by late March 2012
> For 100% of Virgin Australia Customer-Service staff to be aware of the launch of new technology and service systems by late November 2011, one week before an official announcement to the Australian Media
> For 100% of Virgin Australia Customer- Service staff to be aware of the impacts that the launch of new technologies will have upon their individual working conditions by late November, one week before an official announcement to the Australian Media
. In line with current rebranding, Virgin Australia will be implementing a new booking and check-in service offering customers more control than ever before.
Stage 1: 'Announcement'
> Hold a series of face-to-face meetings to announce a change in virgin Australia
> Release official statement from Both Virgin International CEO Richard Branson and Australian CEO John Borghetti
> Develop a range of materials to be distirbuted through established internal channels
Dealing with Redundancies
> Face-to-face announcement
> Emotional support
> HR support - survivor guilt
Stage 2: 'Staff Development and training'
> IT Department skills development
> Customer-service training days and
> Updated procedures manuals
> Development of a Virgin Australia Blog and dropbox for staff to post questions and provide feedback
Stage 3: 'Evaluation and Modification'
> Informal quarterly survey
> Formal Survey
> Potential Communications audit