From the very first touch point, to offboarding and everything in between, each and every interaction your people have with you influences how they feel.
The experience we have at work has never been more important, and nailing the employee experience is key to maintaining and retaining a happy workforce.
Globally, one in three new employees leave their employer within 90 days of arriving. Two in five of those say it’s because their experience of the business didn’t align with their expectations.
By identifying and communicating an authentic EVP, organisations can save themselves a lot of pain and put themselves at a competitive advantage.
Diversity and inclusion are a keystone of all positive and progressive organisations. A litmus test for internal cultures, it’s without doubt a powerhouse of wellbeing and performance.
Think of values as a translator between the loftier purpose and the practical, day-to-day actions to live out that purpose and get things done.
Values often have more emotion attached to them then purpose, and that emotion is a strong motivator of behaviour.
The jobs and skills needed in a modern workforce are constantly changing. Nine in ten leaders say they’re currently facing skill gaps or expecting them to develop in the next five years. Make sure your people have the knowledge and skills to meet the needs of the business, while also fulfilling their own development goals.
Employers have a tremendous ability and responsibility to positively impact their peoples’ health and wellbeing. With almost half of employees experiencing daily stress and burnout at an all-time high, helping your people stay healthy and encouraging them to adopt better habits and boundaries can keep them productive and engaged.