A positive employee experience contributes to lower employee turnover, more positive share dividends, and twice as high revenue per employee. In this guide, we will demonstrate how leaders can leverage employee voice to deliver better experiences and create happier workplaces.
The age-old annual employee satisfaction surveys have been rendered meaningless in this rapidly shifting labour market. Managers struggle to glean insights from the outdated data collected through these surveys and most of the time, the results end up in a never-to-be-seen-again pile of irrelevant information. It's time for organisations to leave this old practice behind and use modern, automated tools to understand their employees better and work on issues that affect their experience and satisfaction, in real-time. With ready-to-use insights and suggestions in their arsenal, managers can address any dissatisfaction, keep track of employee development, and eliminate any threats that can affect the well-being of the organisation.
Understand how positive employee experience can lead to a more productive workplace where every employee performs to the best of their capabilities to improve the business bottom line.
In March 2020, the UK went into full lockdown. It was, as we now know, only the beginning of what has now seen a seismic shift in the way we live and work, and the precarious balance between the two which all at once became even more complex and entwined.
As vaccines increase and COVID-19 cases decline, the “return to office” question is top of mind for many office workers and employers in the UK and Europe. Whether you’ve been working fully remotely or in-office, employers play a vital role in ensuring workers feel safe and valued in the “new normal.”
Working within the private healthcare sector has not been without its challenges this past year. A contentious subject at times, any disputes between the NHS and private hospitals were set aside in early 2020 as the Government pledged to secure extra bed space for patients affected by the pandemic.