What Genesys learned by diving into its analytics, from management ratings and job seeker demographics to competitive intelligence
How employee engagement—asking for company reviews, taking interview feedback to heart, scheduling check-ins with new employees—positively influences company culture and reputation
How to spotlight faults or weaknesses in your hiring process based on interview reviews and feedback
How to monitor ongoing performance and distill the takeaways for management
Becoming a “Best Place to Work” is no accident. It means continually engaging employees, getting C-Level buy-in to endorse that philosophy company-wide and monitoring key organizational metrics and employee sentiment to pinpoint trouble spots and take corrective action.
But how do you fire up employees to help change or improve a company’s culture? What are the key metrics that will validate your efforts? And how do you establish a baseline for measuring if your employer brand is resonating with job seekers and employees alike?
Watch this webcast case study on how Genesys, a private technology company, took up the employee engagement challenge on its way to earning a “Best Place to Work” badge in 2014/2015.
As competition for top talent increases, organizations must attract top talent more effectively, while also ensuring that hiring processes consistently engage candidates. A poorly managed candidate experience - one hampered by poor ...