Dr. Sheri Feinzig is Director, Kenexa Consulting and Smarter Workforce Institute. She has over 20 years of experience in human resources research, organizational change management and business transformation. Sheri has applied her analytical and methodological expertise to many research-based projects on topics such as employee retention, employee engagement, job design and organisational culture. Sheri has a Ph.D. in industrial-organizational psychology, has presented on numerous occasions at national conferences and has co-authored a number of manuscripts, publications and technical reports. Sheri is also co-author of the book The Power of People: Learn How Successful Organizations Use Workforce Analytics To Improve Business Performance.
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Explore engagement and experience trends, what employees are thinking, and the when and how of benchmarking your engagement survey scores.
Candidate experience can make…or break…your organization’s relationships with people, and its ability to attract, engage and retain top performing folks. The notion that candidate experience means treating people exceptionally well simply doesn’t cut it. If you’ve ever applied for a job and received no response from a potential employer, you likely know how it felt to be left hanging, as if your application materials fell into a dark hole. People want to be informed, regardless if they’re considered for the job or not. They might feel forgotten, but they certainly won’t forget about the bad experience they had with your company.