Used to make information visible around the workplace. Useful for catching the attention of employees and then directing them to other information sources such as the intranet.

Things to Put on an Employee Bulletin Board

The full and original article was published on Chron


Workplace bulletin boards serve as a visual way to communicate with employees. Although important information may be disseminated by email, employees may not read email on a regular basis due to job responsibilities. Keep your staff up to date about issues that impact their jobs by installing bulletin boards in high-traffic areas such as break rooms, cafeterias and hallways.


Compliance Posters
As an employer, you may be required by law to place posters on your workplace bulletin board. You can find out such information on your state labor department’s website.

Human Resources
Employees may consider applying for other positions within the company at some point in their careers and may hover over employee bulletin boards that post information about open positions.

Team Spirit
You may post information about community service activities, as well as post sign-up sheets on employee bulletin boards to get the word out and encourage participation.

Personal Events
Foster a family atmosphere by allowing employees to post photographs of personal events such as marriages, birth of children, graduations and vacations.

Credit: The full and original article was published on Chron

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