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4 Tips to Elevate the Employee Experience

After more than two years of adapting, pivoting, reflecting, and forecasting, we find ourselves in a working paradigm unlike anything we might have predicted.

As workplaces become more dynamic to suit the needs of a remote workforce, businesses must keep their EX personal. By truly understanding employees’ wants and needs in this new era of work, employers can build a solid workforce of engaged, ambitious, and loyal people.


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Building Better Employee Experiences: Unpacking the Data

When it comes to employee experience, no organization can afford to make mistakes. But larger organizations are particularly vulnerable when it comes to a miscalculation at scale. To find out what truly makes today’s workforce tick, Topia commissioned a landmark survey on employee experience — and found startling disparities between what employees want and what HR thinks they want. The data shows we’re missing the mark. Just 17% of employees rate their employee experience as excellent, and there are countless reasons why, from bad managers to tedious administrative tasks to lack of global mobility, and more.

Join Meghan M. Biro, CEO and Founder of TalentCulture, and Steve Black, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Topia, for a fast-paced, data-driven dive into the realities of employee experience today. From changing circumstances and evolving culture to new expectations, there’s never been a more important time to understand your workforce’s wants and needs.

You’ll learn:

  • Why there’s such a perception gap when it comes to employee experience
  • How to identify the negatives holding back your employee experience
  • Why sophisticated software and apps aren’t enough
  • How employers can better balance tech, relationships, opportunity, and recognition
  • How to give employees the growth they crave — and will stay with an employer for
  • How to meet the ambitions of 18-38-year-olds — a critical demographic for building your workforce



Six Secrets to Creating an Amazing Employee Experience

Finding and hiring employees is tricky enough – but how do you keep them once you’ve found them?

Find out why brands need to care about employee experience, how HR leaders can use technology to shape this – and the secrets and tricks to enhancing your organizational brand and culture.

Join Meghan M. Biro of TalentCulture and Paul Burrin of Sage People as they discuss:

  • Why employee experiences are so critical for success in today’s world of work.
  • How to bridge the gap between HR strategy and senior executive buy-in.
  • How to shape a great employee experience at every single touchpoint.
  • How leaders can leverage tech and data to engage the workforce.
  • The essential capabilities every modern HR platform must include.

Most of all, you’ll come away knowing why experiences are about so much more than nice offices – and why it’s not about the perks, but how you create the right place for employees to do their absolute best.

6 Secrets to Creating an Amazing Employee Experience
Care Giving

Senior Providers Network: Caregiving Is An Employer Issue

In the United States, more than 1 in 6 part-time or full-time working employees are now assisting with the care of a family member, most often an elderly family member. According to the AARP, 15% of the American workforce is involved in caring for a loved one — that’s around 24 million people.

Most of us can imagine being in this position — saddened to see a loved one in such a diminished capacity, trying to be present and supportive of them as we garner whatever resources we have to do the right thing. But the reality is even harder. Whether a loved one is stricken with dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, chronic illness, stroke, heart attack or any other health issue, caregiving is an extremely complicated role. When the time comes, as nationally known gerontologist Mary Winners notes,”People don’t know what they don’t know.”

When your employees assume the role of caregiver, they’re not only unaware of the myriad of choices involved, they rarely have access to the expertise or resources to safely navigate through the complexities of every decision.

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Here are just a handful of the possible challenges your caregiving employees may face:

  • Legal issues
  • Care options, such as at-home care vs. hospitalization or nursing home care
  • Insurance, financial, and tax questions
  • Finding and vetting doctors, health care practitioners, and other healthcare professionals
  • Adjusting to and providing for their loved one’s changing dietary needs
  • Daily schedules and coordination

No matter the ailment a loved one is facing, caregiving isn’t easy. The countless logistical and emotional challenges your employee is facing just increase their stress levels and make decision making and balancing their life and work even that much harder. The good news is your employees don’t have to do it alone. To learn what employers can do to help, start by reading this guide.


Recognition Culture: The MVP of Employee Experience

You know that feeling you get when you successfully complete a project at work and your boss stops to tell you how awesome you did? How about when you get an award at work, or even a bonus? All of these are examples of recognition at work.

And you’re not the only one who appreciates being, well, appreciated. According to our new eBook, Recognition Culture: The MVP of Employee Experience, a 2013 study found that recognition is the top driver of employee engagement. So if you want to keep employees encouraged and engaged at work, making recognition a major part of your company culture is essential, and this eBook can help you get started.

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Here are a few points you’ll learn more about when you download Recognition Culture: The MVP of Employee Experience:

  • Why building a culture of recognition in the workplace is so important.
  • Why recognition needs to be regular and timely, not just once in a while.
  • How many employees do not feel recognized enough and want more immediate feedback from managers.
  • What the most common forms of recognition in the workplace are.
  • How to encourage employees to share positive sentiments, rather than just sharing complaints on Glassdoor and Twitter.
  • What R.I.S.E means and how to incorporate it into your company culture.
  • What features a high-quality central recognition platform needs to include.
  • Examples of the ways in which two well-known companies figured out how to reinforce their values and increase employee engagement using a single cloud-based platform.

Interested in any of these pointers? If you think employee engagement in your business could use a boost, fill out the form on this page to download Recognition Culture: The MVP of Employee Experience today to start building your company’s culture of recognition.