Topic: Employee Experience


Why You Should Invest in Employee Experience Now (eBook)

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Less than two years ago The Great Resignation compelled organizations to give employees more respect, appreciation, and freedom than many had ever seen. This year will likely be quite different. In fact, some analysts predict workplaces will suffer an employee experience (EX) recession.

This means that organizations that choose to prioritize EX have the chance to distance themselves from competitors and reap a multitude of advantages, including a healthier workplace culture, more innovation, higher productivity, and ultimately greater success.

In this eBook, we share what research from the O.C. Tanner Institute says about the impact of your employee experience investments and how to get started with one of the most effective tools for improving EX—practical empathy.

If you're ready to take the next step, check out Culture Cloud employee recognition software.

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