house organ

n. A periodical issued by an organization for its employees.


Yates 1989, p. 17 One of the tools that they used in humanizing the workplace was a new form of internal communication, in the in-house magazine or shop paper. Its function was described in a 1918 article. 'Many shops have outgrown the one-man stage. No longer can the head of the organization interpret his policies personally to the workmen. But a factory house organ, whether it be a single typewritten sheet or a 24-page magazine, offers an opportunity to bind personal interest closer in the small shop and keep management from becoming mechanical in the large plant.' [Citing Factory].