How to improve the employee experience

The Great Resignation has forced organizations to take a hard look at their relationships with those without whom their businesses would not operate: their employees. Employees report wanting to feel valued and appreciated, but organizations are banking on failed transactional strategies. So what can organizations do to truly improve the employee experience and retain top talent? Ahead of #EmployeeAppreciationDay next week, learn how to plan for the future and encourage employee well-being with insights on topics including:

  • leading with empathy
  • adapting approaches based on individual employee needs and experiences
  • empowering staff to set their own unique goals and supplying the tools to attain them
  • embracing bottom-up ideas

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