The infographic above, created by Visual.ly and posted on CommPro.biz , shares the key results of the survey, showing that the way employees do their work is changing and that they seek greater engagement from their employer via their mobile device. The manner in which employers communicate with their employees has a direct impact on employee engagement and job satisfaction according to the EMPLOYEEapp’s 2014 Employee Communications Satisfaction Survey of more than 325 U.S.-based workers. Jeff Corbin, Founder and CEO of theCOMMSapp ™, a family of communications app building solutions that includes theEMPLOYEEapp for secure, internal communications, said, “theEMPLOYEEapp’s 2014 Employee Communications Satisfaction Survey confirms that communications in the workplace is not only changing due to advancements in technology, but is a critical part of an employee’s job satisfaction and overall engagement. A recent Gallup Organization study on workplace engagement found that 70% of the workforce is not engaged in their job and, as a result, this costs corporate America $550 billion in lost revenue every year. Based on the results of our survey, employers have an opportunity to increase engagement and reduce lost revenue simply by changing the way they communicate.” Currently, email is the preferred form of communication used by companies to relay information to employees. Corbin said, “Given the early stage in which mobile is becoming incorporated into business processes, it is not surprising that email remains the primary internal communications method. Nevertheless, based on our many conversations with communications professionals, it is becoming clear that employees are overloaded with emails. As a result, important employee communications are being missed.” He concluded, "Given the ability to directly connect with employees through their very personal mobile device, theEMPLOYEEapp Survey therefore suggests that employers could benefit from a mobile first communications strategy – this will go a long way towards improving job satisfactions and employee engagement.” What is your preferred method of communication? Is it on your mobile device? Would you like to receive company news and information on your smart phone? How can companies, managers, and employees benefit from a mobile first communications strategy?