Value of work, trusting relationship, enabling culture and total rewards are the foundational pillars to define employee experience. Even if one pillar is weak it will impact the experience adversely.
Re-Defining Employee Experience
How do you understand employee experience and why it has gained so much importance in present time? SS Employee experience (Ex) is continuous experience of an employee in the organization. It works like spice ingredients in our professional life, Better the ingredients tastier the food!! Emp Ex...
Employee experience has to be in line with the organisation's goal and objective. Efforts should be channelized towards matching the organisational objective with that of employee's objective.
Fostering a culture that invests on employee experiences contributes to sustained growth for any business today. Leaders can support the organisation by monitoring the wellbeing of their employees through technology, effective communication and empathy.
More often we assume that industry experience is true experience through surveys, but employee experience changes basis the nature of organisation and nature of business. Expectations from HR has changed significantly.
Employee experience encapsulates the perspective of an employee and how they internalize and interpret the interactions they have with their organisation. The organisation values, culture and ethics are all important components of this experience and serve as a 'glue' for an employee to stay and...
As the organisation of the future takes shape and employee experience occupies centre stage, HR should be the driving force for many initiatives: mapping talent to value; making the workforce more flexible; and developing an HR tech ecosystem etc.
Business and HR leaders should be able to formulate and redesign agile company policies aiming to maintain a productive work environment by keeping the employees motivated and earning their trust in the organisation.