How do you design a best-in-class employee experience?
Competition for talent is increasing; new generations of employees expect flexible working patterns and candidates have more access than ever to insights about your company culture. When it comes to attracting, supporting and retaining staff, business as usual won’t cut it.
To be successful, you need to create a culture that supports employees to succeed and design an employee experience which reflects your target culture at every stage.
Our guide will explain the principles that underpin employee experience (EX), show you how to create a culture for success and share practical steps you can take to improve your employee experience.
Inside you’ll find:
- How to create your target culture
- How to plot your employee journey
- A best-practice example of EX mapping
- What EX looks like for organisations like yours
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