Fire and Emergency NZ’s Internal Communications Research

The Union has been in contact with the internal communication department of FENZ in relation to a survey they wish to undertake of members and others.

We approve of this survey and encourage members to partake and have your say on the internal communications machine of FENZ.

Fire and Emergency New Zealand is conducting internal communications research to help give insights into how the organisation can communicate well with all personnel. Volunteers and Rural personnel took part in the same survey earlier this year.

Fire and Emergency New Zealand is conducting internal communications research to help give insights into how the organisation can communicate well with all personnel. Volunteers and Rural personnel took part in the same survey earlier this year.

Jude Varcoe from Premium Research will send an email invite to all career firefighters and non-operational personnel to share your views in an internal communications research survey.

The Professional Firefighters Union has been consulted and encourages its members to participate in the research. It should only take you 10 minutes and the results will make a big difference for the organisation.

For further information about the research, please contact Kelly Gage, Internal Communications Manager on 027 24 55 555 or email Kelly.Gage@fireandemergency.nz

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