More Robinhood internal communications about turning off buying reddit.com/gallery/pv0kwf
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Jalen with the cryptic emoji on IG. Tied to KPJ’s deactivation of IG & Twitter? Internal communications? Guess we can only speculate.
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[AMC is First in Robinhood Lawsuit Leaked Files] AMC is not just mentioned in All Robinhood Internal Communications, it is Mentioned First!!! If AMC is 'Just a Distraction' why is it mentioned FIRST in all the communication ???

You know how Main Stream Media and some overzealous GME Apes have been pushing Bullshit such as

  1. AMC True Value is $0.01 - Triple Chin Little Dickie

  2. AMC is just a Distraction - 'GME is the Only Share' Cultists

  3. AMC will never Squeeze - Main Stream Media SoreAss


If that is true

Then how is it that when we look at the leaked documents from the RobinCrook Lawsuit

A) AMC is mentioned in all the Internal Robinhood Communications that have been found from the Robinhood Lawsuit

AMC is CLEARLY mentioned EVERYWHERE


B) AMC is mentioned first. The lists are NOT alphabetical. Yet, AMC is first everywhere

Please see the images yourself -> https://imgur.com/a/uraVy5M


First Image ->

Key Points

A) PCO (Position Closing Only) Top 4 Symbols - AMC, GME, NOK, BB

BB is last so the list is not alphabetical

Why is AMC First?


Second Image ->

Key Points

A) PCO Top 4 symbols, AMC, GME, NOK, BB,

B) Robinhood moving the following EQUITY positions to CLOSING ONLY: AMC, GME, NOK, BB, NAKD, KOSS, EXPR, BBBY all PCO.

The lists are NOT alphabetical -> BB is last in the first one, BBBY is last in the second list

Why is AMC always FIRST ????


The Robinhood Lawsuit leaks show that

A) AMC is 100% included on the list of 'most dangerous stocks that might squeeze and destroy SHFs and Brokerages' by Robinhood

B) AMC is, for some reason, listed FIRST in all the lists

The lists are not alphabetical. There are multiple lists. Yet every single list has AMC listed first


EDIT on SEp 29th at 8:37 pm *******************

This comment is so good, adding it to Main Post so people don't miss it. Thanks to Inception for the Comment and to Diamond Dimension for pointing it out

************** Beginning of Comment from Inception-98

This is actually a big deal and shouldn’t be overlooked. The communication is uncensored since it’s internal; β€œPCO Top 4 symbols” tells me that it’s RANKED. Naturally, you’d put the b

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Advice needed from communications professionals: Thoughts on moving from a marcomms generalist role to internal comms?

I’m in my early career (3rd year of full time working, 1.5 years at my current job) working as a generalist in a small company. I’ve done everything here (newsletters, videos, socials, website, etc.). Due to a toxic workplace, I’m looking for my next role but I’m unsure how soon to do it and if I should move into a more specific area of communications.

A past colleague is in internal comms right now and told me it’s interesting. I’ve been reading the job descriptions and applying to various roles. It’s something that I think I’ll be good at and excites me, especially because I’ve never worked in a company that’s been big enough to have a department like this.

Going into internal comms would be a pivot from what I’m used to doingβ€”external comms. I’m more of a content person rather than an automation, press, etc. kind of communications person so I feel like internal communications would be a nice fit.

What are your thoughts on the field of internal communications, and how difficult would the transition be if I decide a few years later that I want to go into a customer-facing role again? What have your paths been like as marcomms professionals?

I can give more details about my situation over DM if needed! Thank you in advance.

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What is your internal communication like?

Our internal communications manifests in a couple of ways and I'm curious as to how it looks for other systems. For us we have:

  • getting a "feeling" from inside. Like doing a task and getting the sensation that somebody is upset or wants to do something else. Sometimes we can tell who it's coming from, other times it's anonymous. (Ex: I may be up late on my computer and I sense one of my protectors thinking that I should take my meds. But it's not in the form of words) I'll still say "this alter told me xyz"
  • "hearing" dialogue or words/sentences. This is harder for me to make out and is more rare, but has been happening more. I can often quote what they said, and sometimes the dialogue has a specific voice, but other times it's soundless if that makes any sense. This is more common when I'm very dissociated. Sometimes if I "reach in" I can hear them. Don't know if that's a thing, it often makes me feel like I'm making things up.
  • getting visuals. I may get a vision of the alter from the headspace, like their face and expression, or the feeling of them doing something physically. I may "see" or "feel" them rolling their eyes or something of the sort. I've even "seen" someone slap someone else across the face. That was a whole thing.

I'm still relatively new to this, so I wanted to see how other people experience inner communication in their systems!

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Is this a bad career move? Has anyone changed careers from graphic design to internal communications?

I would consider myself a successful Art Director and multidisciplinary designer with over 20 years experience. I’ve been with my current design studio for 15 of those years, making change an incredibly scary prospect. I’m 45, and still love what I do and feel comfortable still being hands on the tools and continually learning, but there are few places in my location to earn more in this field, and covid gave me a real scare with the security of my job. The only design jobs that pay well are UX based roles, which I upskilled in but am now unsure if I would actually be happy doing, due to things like creating boring dashboards with graphs and data, and workshopping. I have anxiety which really clashes with taking leadership or being the source of attention.

The UX path seems like a more natural progression, but I have an opportunity to jump into an Internal β€˜Communications Advisor’ role, which feels very different because it is in-house and client side. I’m worried that it will be boring due to lack of variety and being primarily focused on staff recruitment, retention and culture rather than B2C external marketing. I’ve been told I will be doing things like infographics, and other visual based communications content for internal comms to staff. The company is in a secure industry, and would see me earning $25k more than my current job.

I’m scared that if I do this, I’ll have boxed myself into a niche (internal comms for mining legislation), losing steam on my design skills, and that I can’t go back to brand design/advertising if I hate this new career direction.

I’m really having a hard time choosing between this role, starting up again applying for UX roles, or just staying put on my lower salary for familiarity and reduced anxiety that these decisions are causing me.

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Tips for acing an Internal Communications interview?

Throw away account for anonymity.

I’ve switched my career from marketing strategy to internal communications - my last position held a lot of internal communications responsibility and strategic change management and I loved it.

But I’m struggling during the interview process. Typically in marketing role interviews I would treat it almost as a consultation session, providing some advice, sharing some case studies and also diving into their goals to help give them an insight into how I could help them. And I was offered the majority of the jobs I applied for.

But when it comes to internal communications interviews, I’m struggling with not wanting to ask them too much propriety info about upcoming internal strategic changes so I tend to shy away from asking the real, deep questions and it just leaves the interview feeling a bit flat.

Does anyone have any tips on how to respectfully interview for internal communications positions and what may or may not be off limits to ask about?

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Can denial prevent or damage internal communication?

A few weeks ago, (persecutory behavior tw) >!I went through a bad denial episode and had thoughts about harming my headmates because I was scared of them or I wanted to desperately prove if they were real or not. I now know this could be persecutory behavior, intentional or not and it's very selfish.!< But ever since... I've been sorta blocked from communicating with them. I haven't heard from them besides background chatter you'd hear in a cafe or at a store.

Anyway, after the denial and such... they've disappeared. I feel exceptionally fake, but a few incidents where we switched for a few minutes while I wasn't even thinking about it made me realize this can't be fake. I didn't consciously fake anything. But even after accepting, it seems like I still hear nothing from them. Our headspace is the best way for us to communicate, but I'm still blocked out from it and I'm getting worried.

At first, I was hesitant to speak with them and my headmates know of this a lot. They're cautious when they speak to me and sound a bit nervous. Whenever they're around, I become unstable and I panic. I try not to and try to calm down but having another person speak to you in your head is a bit worrying and causes a lot of anxiety. I'm theorizing that this is why they won't speak with me. They know I get unstable or worried whenever they're around and I think my brain's trying to hide it again in order for me to forget about it and reduce that panic. I think? I don't even know if that's possible, but I know the disorder is supposed to usually be covert or not noticeable. Thank you for any help if possible.

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Internal Communications Is The Heartbeat Of Any Organization

All of us are aware of the old age adage that teamwork makes the dream work. While all of us broadly know why communication is important, it is even more important to draw out the perfect internal communication strategies to get the full benefit out of it. Firstly, we will start by understanding what internal communication is.

Internal Communication Basic

Basically, it entails the correspondence between top management, the management well as the employees. This communication needs to be open and transparent to help contribute to the organizational strategies and progress towards a common mission and vision. It helps ensure that all employees are well aligned with the culture of the company and understand the core values thoroughly.

Why is internal communication important?

It is crucial to have internal communication plans in place. If you are wondering why communication is important in business, then here are just some of the reasons. First off, it is vital for day-to-day operations as well as improved cross-departmental collaboration. It makes it very simple for the leadership to put forth their plans.

Additionally, employee engagement and employee retention are the biggest flag bearers of the importance of communication in business.

But, in the same breath; it is also very important to have flawless internal communication planning. The onus of setting internal communication best practices lies on the shoulders of the HR team in most organizations. Since keeping employees happy is the first and foremost pointer in growing a business, the importance of communication in businesses is undeniable. Here are some of the benefits of having efficient internal communication plans:

Top ten benefits of internal communication

Here is an elaboration on the importance of internal communication:

Faster turnaround time

One of the primary reasons behind proper internal communication planning is saving productive time. While mails are ideal for official communication, having an internal communication tool makes the process much faster and efficient. Imagine being stuck in a work crisis and having no mode of communication with your colleagues except latent emails. Apart from simply mitigating problems, you can also ensure that you don’t lose business due to unaverted issues.

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Internal Communications Manager as a start, is it worth it?

Good day, everyone.
I hope you are all well.

I have an internal communications management interview in a few days (in an insurance company), I am a marketing management graduate, but been struggling to find a job. (due to a slow economy and a very very high level of nepotism fucking up everything for me)

My goal was to find something in FMCG or Pharmaceutical marketing, so, this position is more of a survival move rather than a calculated career step.

so now, I'm trying to figure out if this first step might take me to greater things (couldn't find much about this on google)

My question is, what are the possible future position I can apply for or be eligible for if I start out with an Internal communications manager role.

Thank you and be safe.

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What have you found to be the most effective internal communications method at your organization?

We have approximately 300 full-time employees and a regular complaint is a lack of internal communication. We have various virtual methods for communicating with staff -- Teams, Yammer, various email methods, etc. -- but I've found making the rounds in-person is generally most effective. This can be difficult in terms of time and efficiency though. What have you found to be the best method to communicate within your organization, and how to you measure results/sentiment?

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We have DID (dissociative identity disorder) and are looking for a conlang for internal and written communication with ourselves

Hey, we have a disorder which essentially means that we are multiple people in one body. We only recently found out about conlangs but have been thinking for a while about how emotionally limiting English (the only language we speak) is as a language. We think it would help us a lot to be able to more easily express our emotions to one another by talking to each other both in our head or writing it out with a regular qwerty keyboard. Are there any conlangs similar to English that only use characters that are on a qwerty keyboard? Or maybe an "add-on" or something to English that just adds more intuitive emotional elements and allows you to more easily express basic and more complex emotions? It wouldn't have to be able to be spoken as we primarily want it for writing and talking to each other or ourselves in our head.

Does anyone have any ideas for this? Do you think we could fairly easily alter English a bit to suite our needs or is there already something like this that exists?

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Court documents recently released show internal communications where Robinhood’s COO conducted insider trading of AMC, sold personal stock holdings, prior to the decision to make four stocks position-close-only. Time for to get out of the clown court SEC enforces and in to a real criminal court!!
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Washington Post releases concerning internal communications from the CDC with broad market implications

Source

The Delta variant is worse than has been previously admitted. The implications are broad, but may make companies working on pills critical to prevent mild/moderate COVID-19 from becoming severe. There are three pills in Phase 3 clinical trials expecting to have EUA submissions in by the end of the year. If at least one works, we might have a shot at normalcy.

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Internal communication @ MPC

Hi All,

With cities across the world starting to ease lock-down restrictions, many of you have asked about our plans for returning to work in our studios and if there will be opportunities to work differently in the future.

We are currently consulting with leaders across the business to finalise our plans and will be in touch over the coming weeks to outline our return to studio approach.

We have all learnt a lot about how we like to work over the past 15+ months and have seen what can be achieved when we are forced to work in new ways. As a globally connected creative business, I truly believe face-to-face collaboration with our colleagues and clients is vital to our future success. At the same time, I appreciate the benefits remote or flexible working has offered to our business and staff.

Our plans for the Future of Work at Technicolor Creative Studios will focus on what is best for our business and what is right for the ongoing wellbeing of our staff. We will ensure our plans are fair, consistent and most importantly, support a sustainable creative company culture.


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No internal communication- anyone else experience it?

I'm not diagnosed but I've been aware at the potential of being a system for nearly 15 years now (between information given by ex's and discovering notes etc.) It wasn't until recently I started looking into it and realized my experiences are very different. As far as I know I only have one alter but I have never been able to communicate with him or anyone else (if there is anyone...) Every time there's a switch it's 100%. I go from being at work to waking up in bed days later or stuck in a fight and then it's hours later in the shower- it's always a blank. It's the same for both of us as far as I've been told, thought I have memory blanks or skips nearly daily without word from him?

Recently using personal chat rooms and journals has helped a bit with communication but seeing all this different information and the ability to actually TALK to an alter- personally? That seems impossible but so useful despite some experiences I have read on. Is there anyone else who has this same kind of situation? Or maybe heard something similar to it? Is this even be something related to DID?

*I of course don't expect perfect answers or validation but it's been hard taking care of myself lately and I think I need to finally figure out what's happening in myself. Without my previous partner living with me it's been hard keeping myself together and hidden around new roommates but therapy is soon in the works.

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Getting started with internal communication

I just wanted to know how it was for all of you when you started to communicate with your alters.

Just an hour ago I sat down and tried to get to know my alters. One of them responded pretty quickly. Even though I couldn't hear any clear words I kind of knew what she wanted to tell me. She said her name is Claire and then she gave me a hug which gave me a warm feeling. I then told her my age and asked for hers which she told me. And again I didn't hear any words but I intuitively knew she said she's 28 years old. She then told me about another alter who's name is Dana but Dana didn't want to be included in our conversation. Since then Claire has been quiet.

Did your alters/systems use words you could understand immediately or did it start as it did for me?

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More Robinhood internal communications about turning off buying reddit.com/gallery/pv0kwf
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What does internal communication feel/sound/etc like for y'all?

So, our internal communication is...difficult. In fact it seems to be impossible to do intentionally? Like, it feels more like occasional 'flashes' or 'blips' of communication, but no one who fronts can really easily communicate or get a response. We're working on getting better with this but very interested in how internal communication might feel like for others, especially because we're trying to expand our abilities in this area, and wondering if we may be missing 'clues' or efforts to communicate, if that makes sense?

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Internal Communication

I know this is like, one of the most common questions, but is there anything my system can do to try to get better internal communication? Maybe exercises or something like that? I just ask that you avoid things with meditation if possible.

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