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7 ways to deliver a better employee experience

7 ways to deliver a better employee experience
Your employees are your internal customers and hold the power to make or break your business. They deserve and expect a healthy, engaging and productive work environment as digital workplaces grow more transparent.

Your employees are your internal customers and hold the power to make or break your business. They deserve and expect a healthy, engaging and productive work environment as digital workplaces grow more transparent.

Organizations are realizing the importance of a great employee experience and are now shifting their narrow focus on employee engagement to consider the entire employee experience.

Delivering a better employee experience

Here are seven ways you can enhance the employee experience in your organization.

  1. Optimize Employee Life Cycle stages

The employee life cycle helps analyze the various stages employees go through right from getting hired to off-boarding. It records the entire and overall experience of an employee with the organization. The stages of the employee life cycle include hiring, orientation and onboarding, training, retention, employee satisfaction and exit interviews. The first stage of recruitment can mold the entire perception of an employee towards the organization. Since different employees have different responsibilities, training should be different for each category. Training for desk employees should be different from training for remote employees and must be customized and optimized. Optimizing the various stages of the employee life cycle can help enhance the overall experience.

  1. Prioritize employee wellness

One of the main reasons employees quit an organization is because they don’t have a work-life balance and feel overworked. Due to this, they may also develop health problems. When you prioritize the physical and mental wellness of your employees, they become more productive and enjoy their time at the organization as they feel valued. They are also more likely to stay with the organization when they have a healthy work-life balance. 

  1. Encourage internal communication

Communication is essential to maintain a positive work environment. When employees communicate internally, they can exchange information faster and build better connections with each other. Communication and collaboration help create a healthy, productive and overall positive experience among employees.

  1. Invest in employee growth and development

While money may be one of the main motivational factors for employees, it is not everything. Employees like to work in an organization that helps them grow and develop professionally. Organizations that invest in employee development have a higher rate of employee retention and productivity. And when your employees develop new skills, it’s going to benefit your organization as well.

  1. Keep workforce technology updated

Workforce technologies keep updating regularly to offer a more convenient work experience. Employees working with older technologies can often get irritated and have decreased productivity. It is best to stay updated with the latest technologies that help automate tedious tasks and make working more convenient for employees.

  1. Encourage employee relations at all levels

Employee interactions and relations should not be limited to their department or designation. Encourage employee bonding across all levels and departments. It gives a sense of belonging and the organization works as a community. Bonding at different levels also promotes innovation as employees can freely speak up about their ideas when they feel comfortable with others.

  1. Act on Employee Feedback

Through employee feedback, you can easily understand what your employees need from the organization. While most organizations ask for employee feedback, not many act upon it. Acting on employee feedback helps improve the experience and generates trust among them as they feel valued and cared for. However, asking for feedback and not acting on it can do just the opposite and refrain employees from sharing their views.

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Rajesh Tamada

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