At Limeade, we care a lot about the employee experience. And it’s one of the most popular topics in the workforce today. Unfortunately, we see that the employee experience in many companies is broken. Employees are stressed, they are often disconnected from their organization, surrounded by bad managers and frustrating work experiences and the ecosystem of work is breaking more than it’s helping.
According to a new research report from TLNT.com, most companies still fall short when it comes to employee experience. In fact, 50% of companies have not done anything to improve the employee experience in the past year. Yet, 64% of HR leaders are feeling pressure from CEOs to improve the experience. There’s many misperceptions on what employee experience is and how organizations need to start thinking about it.
Watch our on-demand webinar where TLNT.com, Madeline Laurano, founder and principal analyst at Aptitude Research, and Julianne Tillmann, Director of Research at Limeade, discuss what the employee experience is, how companies are shifting the way they think about employees — putting the employee first and caring for individuals as a priority, and what organizations are doing to be able to impact the employee experience.
THIS WEBINAR COVERS:
The current state of the employee experience
Defining employee experience
Strategies for success
OUR FAVORITE TAKEAWAYS:
Think about what employee experience means for your organization
Look for a partner who wants to help build out initiatives around employee experience
Be open to hearing both negative and positive feedback
Embrace data to drive decisions
Make your commitment to employee experience something that you’re enjoying
Dr. Richard Safeer is the Chief Medical Director of Employee Health and Wellbeing at Johns Hopkins Medicine. He will share insights and guidance for how to make well-being a part of the way work happens day to day to create a happier, healthier, more resilient workforce.
Hear from a panel of Ochsner employees to learn about Ochsner’s first year as a Limeade customer, how they implemented a new well-being program, how they utilize team challenges, work with existing ERGs, and recognize employees for their participation.
Dr. Christina Shane-Simpson, Limeade Institute Researcher and Psychologist, explores when, how, and why well-being should be infused in the flow of work. You’ll hear opportunities to measure the impact of well-being integration for people working in a variety of environments, and then make recommendations for the integration of well-being in the flow of work.
Watch this live cooking demonstration led by Chef Jeremy Reinicke, director of culinary education at Launch My Health. This webinar will empower even the busiest employees to prepare healthy meals the whole family will enjoy.
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