64% of HR leaders are receiving pressure from their CEOs to improve the employee experience. That’s according to a survey conducted by Aptitude Research this year. Many senior leaders have recognized the way they treat their employees directly impacts the bottom line. Studies show that companies that focus on employees achieve better business results including greater performance, retention and revenue per employee.
As a result, a positive employee experience has become less of a talent strategy and more of a strategic business initiative.
Despite that paradigm shift, however, many efforts to address the employee experience have fallen short and organizations are left with questions as to where to start the process. Less than 50% of companies have done anything to improve the employee experience in the past year (Aptitude Research, 2019). Just as companies are prioritizing customers to grow their business, they must also focus on their employees in order to ensure continued economic success.
CultureIQ’s next webinar Reviving the Employee Experience with Culture will provide on-point-guidance to achieving this new balance.
Attendees can expect to:
- Understand the current state of the employee experience
- Receive key recommendations on improving the employee experience
- Learn about solutions that enable a better employee experience
Madeline is the Founder of Aptitude Research a research-based analyst and advisory firm focused on the new conversation required by changes in how technology is delivered and utilized by today’s organizations. Our goal is to look beyond the obvious product capabilities to identify the real differentiators organizations should consider when selecting solutions, as well as the change management and change readiness capabilities users must have in place for successful technology adoption. Madeline specializes in talent acquisition and engagement research. Her research focuses on how technology can help to improve efficiencies and the overall user experience.
Jennifer Stoll is a Principal Strategist at CultureIQ, with over 15 years’ experience in consulting and project execution. Areas of particular focus for Ms. Stoll include workforce culture, employee engagement, survey data analysis, text analytics, and specialized offerings such as Total Rewards Optimization. In her role as Principal Strategist, Ms. Stoll partners closely with her clients and their executive teams to understand their organizations and deliver results, presentations, and action plans to address their key areas of focus. Jennifer has recently co-authored a chapter on employee preferences in the upcoming book, Employee Surveys and Sensing. Ms. Stoll earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Emory University and an MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.