Having a robust employee listening strategy makes a lot of sense: understanding what employees are saying can help you improve corporate culture, benefits, and the overall employee experience--while reducing both organizational and talent risk.
An impressive 86% of companies, according to the i4cp/Fortune study The Talent Imperative, say that employee sentiment is influential in determining their employee value proposition (EVP) offerings.
But how do you collect and analyze that sentiment? Are you truly listening to your employees in a systematic way? Or are you simply scratching the surface of what’s possible?
The focus of our next meeting will be employee listening practice sharing (beyond annual engagement surveys). We will hear from members who are taking a systematic approach to gathering and linking data such as:
- Topic-specific sentiment collected via quick check-in/pulse surveys
- Apps that help gather employee feedback
- Existing talent data that’s in your HRIS (movement, high-potential designations, retention, etc.)
- Engagement in town hall discussions/chatter on internal platforms
- Comments on employer review sites
- Exit interviews, and more
i4cp’s Employee Experience Exchange is a peer-driven working group that explores how to design, operationalize, and scale the moments, attitudes, and behaviors that shape a satisfying employee experience. The group, consisting of dozens of major employers, seeks to dissect the complex challenges organizations face when developing a comprehensive employee experience strategy—by connecting peers, sharing successes (and failures), and examining the latest research on the topic.
This meeting is exclusively for members of the Employee Experience Exchange.
If you'd like to participate, please contact us to see if you qualify.
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