How workforce analytics can help lead to better employee experiences
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics continues to report record numbers of US workers quitting. With 88% of executives saying they’re seeing higher turnover than normal, business leaders are grappling to identify the underlying causes. One contributing factor to this wave of attrition is a shift in employees’ priorities. Corporate culture, societal social justice and equity, well-being and other intangible benefits are now top of mind for workers.
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Getting insights into your workforce’s sentiments, and comparing yourself to industry peers, can help you identify strengths and gaps so you can chart a course forward for your employees and your entire organization—with confidence.
Building a culture that helps foster employee loyalty and engagement
Leveraging workforce analytics and surveys to understand and respond to employee concerns
Using benchmarking and other tools to enable your organization to create better employee experiences