The employee experience ‘ExChange’ conference is on the 24th of May 2018, in London. MARGINALIA speaks with Grace Burton, Research Lead at Benefex, to get a sneak peek of the event. Burton discusses the latest employee experience trends, highlights the link between technology and engagement, discusses the role of AI inside the workplace, and the need to focus on people and behaviours. She also shares how one company radically transformed their approach to employee relations.
The key to growth and employee engagement in a global context is to be deliberate. Figuring out the rate-limiting steps in your strategic approaches, and then making every possible effort to reduce friction and increase the momentum toward your goals. MARGINALIA speaks with Adam Mason, Consultancy Director at Benefex, who guides readers through the company’s strategic approach to global engagement.
Telecommunications service provider, Plusnet, has launched a benefits strategy and digital platform, Plusnet Perks, which reflects the Plusnet personality and culture and serves its employees across the UK. Centred on the ’employee voice and choice’, the initiative has become a powerful driver of engagement and talent attraction.
How do organisations design great employee experiences, to drive higher engagement? Learn more from Benefex’s CEO and founder, Matt Macri-Waller. In this interview, he tells MARGINALIA the mission of the OneHub platform, explains the company’s methodology around using ‘loops’, and shares his views on the use of emerging technology to make personalised recommendations at work.
Two-thirds of U.K. workers are currently satisfied in their jobs, according to the Qualtrics Pulse – a new 2017 benchmark of how engaged today’s employees feel within their work environments.
Which digital workplace tools create better employee experiences? What value can they deliver? And how can an organisation select the right tools for its situation? The Real Story Group has published the EmpEx 200 to explore the categories of digital tools while considering the employee experience. The chart showcases 200 tools that dominate the digital workplace experience. MARGINALIA spoke with founder Tony Byrne to find out what businesses can make of the chart and its underpinning research.
Jacob Morgan, author of ‘The Employee Experience Advantage’ (the sequel to ‘The Future of Work’), has spent the last two years researching how organisations move beyond employee engagement tactics.