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65% of Employers Focus More on Employee Experience in 2021 Than Two Years Ago | IT Brief New Zealand
Employers are focusing more on employee experience, largely because of the challenges highlighted during the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to a new report released by WorkForce Software, almost two-thirds (65%) of organisations put a greater focus on the employee experience in 2021 than two years ago.
Less than 1% of enterprise software spends are for solutions that serve deskless workers. That needs to change to engage frontline staff.
Successful organisations support positive employee experiences. Here’s how management can build trust and provide purpose for employees.
Hourly employees’ expectations are on the rise, and employers need to meet them to keep workers engaged and avoid churn.
WorkForce Software’s report “The State of Human Experience in the Workplace” gives three key recommendations to help companies plan an employee experience strategy.
WorkForce Software CEO Mike Morini on why leaders need to listen to employees and provide the necessary tools to return to work safely.
WorkForce Software’s Nick Bailey on how HR professionals are using AI systems to build more engaged, productive and efficient workplaces.
Companies Implementing Workforce Management Solutions to Capture Employee Experiences | Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Employee experience strategy is primarily driven by the increase in remote work, according to research by WorkForce Software and SAPinsider.
Working women have been disproportionately impacted by the pandemic. Here’s what employers can do to accelerate women’s workforce reentry.