Organon, a global healthcare company, is a new and uniquely different company largely defined by the employee experience. Organon is the first and only global organization that aims to be the world’s leading women’s health company, with a vision to create a better and healthier every day for every woman around the world. As a spinoff from a much larger company, Organon was very intentional in establishing cultural values that required significant change management beginning with their foundational philosophy and principles for the performance experience and the purpose of their Rewards programs in paying for performance. By connecting continuous feedback, peer-to-peer recognition and celebration, and agile rewards into one seamless employee experience, they have built something new to support their cultural values.
Could your organization gain from re-designing its performance process in this way—and what are the necessary steps? Join Iris Melendez, Organon’s, Vice President Talent & Diversity, Ashley Holland, Organon’s Vice President Total Rewards & HR Solutions, and Rosette Cataldo, Workhuman’s Vice President of Performance and Talent Strategy, as they explore Organon’s pioneering work in architecting and scaling a culture based on human-centered performance experiences. You will learn:
How Organon revamped its performance development process to deliver insights and opportunities for every employee to grow
How the performance process, recognition, and agile rewards can work together to foster the positive employee experiences that are the foundation of a great culture
Practical tips for establishing a connected culture through feedback, check-ins, agile goals, and recognition.