Nudging, a behavioral economics principle, involves designing choices and environments to influence individuals' behavior without restricting their freedom of choice. Applying Nudging in employee messaging entails using subtle cues, prompts, or framing techniques to guide employees towards desired behaviors or actions, promoting positive outcomes and engagement while preserving their autonomy.
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