Measure Employee Experience Beyond Engagement

Measure Employee Experience Beyond Engagement
The employee-employer relationship has been challenged and changed in the last two years. This is complicating organizations’ ability to measure the full employee experience as engagement is no longer enough. Learn how organizations are thinking beyond engagement to build a holistic measure of employee experience, including well-being, resilience, work friction and connectedness. Join this complimentary HR webinar to understand how employees value their work and how understanding those values underpins building and measuring a compelling employee experience.
Watch Now

Spotlight

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

How to use feedback to boost employee wellbeing

Businesses have seen a costly increase of staff leaving due to stress, illness or simply being too burnt out. There is a secret weapon that the businesses can use to help understand and tackle the modern stressors of the workplace. In this webinar we explore the power of feedback and how it can be used to improve employee wellbeing and reduce turnover.
Watch Now

Aligning Pay Philosophy, Company Culture and Employer Brand

What makes an employer brand believable? The best employers work hard developing their mission, vision, and values and communicating them to their employees. But in spite of all these efforts, two employees from the same organization can have a different experience in how these values are put into practice. For your organization to prove to current and prospective employees that your employee experience is as advertised, your compensation and culture need to consistently align with your employer brand. In this program, Jeff Adams of BambooHR and Wendy Brown of PayScale will explore how differences in compensation and culture from team to team can undermine the experience your organization promises its employees and then share the steps you can take to keep these unspoken promises.
Watch Now

Ethical Issues in Employment Law

lorman

The employment relationship is a symbiotic relationship between company and employee with each side needing something from the other beyond financial benefit. Employees and companies expect mutual honesty, candor, respect and caring in the employment relationship. The failure to promote such ethical principals in the workplace can lead to disengagement, poor productivity, distrust of management, poor retention of good employees, and ultimately hinder the financial performance of the company or subject the company to increased reputational risk. This topic helps management understand, prepare for, and avoid the potential ethical pitfalls that arise in the employment relationship. The material also explains pitfalls related to legal representation in employment matters, whether from an in-house or outside counsel perspective. The discussion will focus on identifying situations where ethical concerns typically arise and how to manage those situations.
Watch Now

Talent Retention Through Learning

SumTotal

In today's job market, retaining key talent is more important than ever. Learning is an integral part of the employee lifecycle from hire to retire and providing growth opportunities to your workforce throughout this cycle increases overall retention. Come learn about how injecting learning into recruitment, onboarding, and ongoing skill and career development will increase your overall retention numbers.
Watch Now