Recorded on November 3rd, 2016
Which factors create a more human employee experience in the workplace? How can organizational cultures and practices become more human themselves?
Based on data gathered from more than 23,000 employees in 45 countries, a new research study from IBM’s Smarter Workforce Institute and Globoforce’s WorkHuman Research Institute reveals the impact of employee experience on the workplace and recommends specific practices for organizations to create more human employee experiences that deliver long-term success and ROI.
Here’s what is especially exciting: the study found that employees experiencing a higher level of humanity at work tend to perform better, are more likely to exert extra effort at their jobs, and are less likely to quit companies.
Join Derek Irvine, vice president of client strategy and consulting at Globoforce, and Jay Dorio, director of employee voice and assessment at IBM, as they share actionable insights from the study.
You will learn:
- The role leaders and managers play in creating a positive employee experience
- How to nearly double discretionary effort and drastically reduce intent to leave
- Why feedback and recognition is critical to creating moments of meaning and growth
Director, Employee Voice and Assessment
Vice President, Client Strategy