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Building employee experience into your bottom line

Office cultures are inextricably interwoven with the nature of work they undertake. As enterprises experience a storm of digital transformation, office cultures are being changed in their wake.

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are driving automation; while mobile and cloud computing is emphasizing distributed collaborative cultures. Also the millennial generation, born between 1980 and 2000 are now entering employment in significant numbers and attract the best and brightest of these millennial workers is critical to the future of any business. Their desires, career aspirations, attitudes about work, experiences, and intimate knowledge of new digital technologies, will shape employee experience expectations for the 21st-century. But a productive, positive employee experience has emerged as the new philosophical work contract between employer and their employees.

Data analytics are critical to creating an employee experience strategy. As companies are trying to figure out this new world of employee experience, they are exploring the complexities and interlocking elements that form and inform employee engagement. Employee perception is critical, since how employees feel about what happens determines how they’ll respond. Journey mapping software tools are increasingly being used to digitally capture both employee journeys. Companies will need to address the three environments that shape employee experience.

To find out what these areas are, how to build up employee experience, and what the correlations between employee engagement and financial performance are – read the exclusive article “Building employee experience into your bottom line” here:


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