Based on the sensitivity of these communications, I haven't posted any examples here. However, I have very deep experience writing organizational communications - corporate strategy, mergers & acquisitions, key new hires, reductions-in-force - or layoffs, using real words - facility closures and crises.
Some believe that addressing the five Ws - who, what, when where and why (let's not forget how) - is all these communications need. Not true. Company and organizational communications ALWAYS must link to business strategy to help employees understand how the news/event is helping the company achieve its long-term objectives. Engaged employees understand why the company is doing what it's doing.
I've also written hundreds of news releases, fact sheets and Q&As, and I'm an excellent speechwriter.
I can provide redacted examples of various corporate communications that I have written upon request.