Employee experience is one of the biggest buzzwords in the HR industry today. But what exactly is employee experience? How is it different from company culture or employee engagement? Is this just another fad in the industry — or is it a must-know topic for the C-suite?
Harvard Business Review found that organizations that invested in their employee experience had more than four times the average profit and more than two times the average revenue. Companies that invest in employee experience have happier employees, larger talent pipelines, greater profitability and are outperforming their competitors.
“We want our employees to be committed to our organization. We want them waking up in the morning bringing ideas to work, bringing energy, serving customers. But we have to earn that right by committing to them.”
– Henry Albrecht, CEO at Limeade
Watch our webinar with Henry Albrecht, CEO at Limeade, and Jason Lauritsen, Speaker, Author and Consultant, where they go over the who, what, when, where, why and how of employee experience.
THIS WEBINAR COVERS:
A break down of employee experience and why it’s important
Walk through the employee experience journey and the moments that shape how we feel about work
A step-by-step approach to build a highly intentional employee experience at your organization
OUR FAVORITE TAKEAWAYS:
Employee experience is made up of what it looks like and what it feels like to work at an organization.
Every organization should be prioritizing employee experience and they should be doing it now.
Everyone in the business must be involved in creating employee experience, not just HR.
Discover what kind of experience you need to create and start by making that experience one that is rooted in care.
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.
Learn how Limeade can help you amplify care every day