Recently I presented at the @OnCon conference in Orlando, Florida. I discussed the impact of Millennials and Gen Z in the workplace and how their presence challenges us, as leaders, to rethink every aspect of the employee experience. I was joined by peers in Marketing who represent the world’s leading companies[...]
HR, Employee Experience, employee, MAGGIE, future of work
what employees want, how to help employees, payroll benefits, Employee Experience, pay
I recently came across a LinkedIn article written by Martin Whittaker, CEO of JUST Capital, titled “What If Every Company Conducted An Employee Financial Distress Test?” In it, he spoke about a recent CNBC Squawk Box talk with PayPal CEO, Dan Schulman, who talked about initiatives that PayPay had recently[...]
reduce turnover, Employee Experience, voluntary benefits, on-demand pay
It's no secret that work takes up a big chunk of your life.
In fact, the average American spends 90,000 hours at work over their lifetime.
And, because such a large percentage of an employee's life is spent working, companies must create an environment that others want to work at each day. By designing and[...]
Employee Engagement, Employee Experience
This is the second in our series of articles covering employee experience. It's not required, but you should also read part one of our series, "Employee Experience Trends in 2019".
Over the last several years, there has been an abundance of coverage related to a tight labor market. With more jobs than qualified talent, organizations must find ways to differentiate themselves to attract new hires while simultaneously working to retain existing employees.
Specifically, 78% of HR leaders are[...]