Change management can encourage employee trust and engagement by adequately informing staff of company changes such as new policies, new hires, new management, and more.
The culture is made up of the expectations, personality, values, and ethics of a company.
A prospective employee’s potential for fitting in with the company culture.
Remote workers who often travel for work.
A company’s wellness programs such as gym memberships, on-site yoga, meditation rooms, flu shot days, and more.
How an employee views and manages the daily responsibilities of their job.
Employee Engagement Survey
A survey designed to measure how committed employees are to your company’s mission and how much they value their role.
Like a customer experience, the employee experience includes every touchpoint and how they perceive their tenure at your organization.
These are the milestones an employee has reached—recruitment, onboarding, retention, and exit.
Publicly or privately recognizing employee accomplishments.
How satisfied an employee is with their job and their professional relationships at the office.
A mindset that surpasses the static and allows people to grow their skills and knowledge through continuous learning.
Learning & Development
A type or program used to encourage continuous workplace learning for various skills, job roles, promotions, and more.
This is similar to company culture based on a personality, mission, ethics, and values.
The analysis of people to make improvements around people-centered programs and initiatives.
Data collected on people/employees with the company.
This is the management of your workforce from recruitment onward, along with resources, benefits, and assistance to ensure they succeed at your company.
A review that measures growth, looks for opportunities, and evaluates behaviors and/or working styles.
The level of security a person feels when taking an action or making a decision in the workplace.
The metric used to measure how long employees stay with your company.
Figuring out what skills and experiences are needed to help the company reach its objectives, and then hiring employees with those skills and experiences. This is in addition to implementing support systems and growth opportunities to increase retention.
The average rate or amount of time it takes before an employee leaves your company. A company with high employee turnover means people leave often, and quickly.