Employee experience is the meeting point of technology, environment and culture, where communicators, HR and IT work together to deliver the best performance and impact for business.
In our Future Workplace Report 2019, we considered the employee experience from the perspective of the workplace. This year, it’s all about the human point of view.
Based on our expertise and research from work we’ve completed for clients who deliver comms to a combined total of over a million employees, we’ve gathered valuable insights that will help you empower and engage your employees in 2020.
Here is a sneak peek to some of the key findings.
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Right now, many colleagues are feeling frustrated, tearing their hair out at the lack of essential digital tools and the minimal training and support they get to use those they already have.
Colleagues can feel isolated when they are working in different locations and – in the absence of quality line management – are often left to work things out for themselves.
Employees can be dubious about your communication culture, and the perceived level of honesty of internal messaging.