We are in the midst of a major transformation in the workplace. As we enter the cognitive era, people are realizing the benefits from new, data and analytics driven technologies being applied to achieve more than ever. It is a time when work can be an increasingly rewarding experience for all employees.
As many organizations are re-examining their employee's experience at work as a path to improved job performance and sustained competitive advantage, we asked “what is the ideal employee experience at work?” The IBM Smarter Workforce Institute and Globoforce’s WorkHuman® Research Institute joined forces to conduct a major, global research study to find out.
Register for this webinar to learn more about how IBM and GloboForce are helping organizations develop a holistic framework for driving an engaging work experience.
Hear how IBM and GloboForce are enhancing the measurement of employee engagement through the Employee Experience Index
Learn how employee experience aligns to a continuous listening strategy
Learn about a more complete framework to utilize as part of your human capital strategy
We are in the midst of a major transformation in the workplace. In the industrial era, the focus was on task-oriented laborers whose primary output came from their hands. In the information age, knowledge embodied in employees became a central ...
When I led the Global Internal Communications team at Avaya a decade ago, I had the opportunity and privilege to serve on the Human Resources (HR) Leadership Team. During my tenure, the Team would regularly talk about the fact that they did not feel like HR was a respected business unit, which had a seat at the table alongside the CEO and other C-Suite leaders.
It was common knowledge that the path there was to transition from a tactical function to a strategic function, which added significant value by adding to the company’s bottom line. However, the Team struggled with how to do this.