Various elements of working life have been impacted over the past few months; communication has been halted due to a lack of face-to-face interactions, the onboarding of new recruits has moved to a virtual space and employees have had to get used to working in their own homes alone. All of these factors combined, along with others, have all had a marked effect on the employee experience. But stats have proven that there are several business benefits to getting the employee experience right, making it critical for HR leaders to focus on during the current crisis. For example, an analysis by Glassdoor followed companies that were awarded Best Places to Work and compared their performance with the S&P 500. It discovered that all groups outperformed the S&P by 53 to 122 percentage points indicating...
Upgrade to access
This content is only available to members of myGrapevine+.
myGrapevine+ is the latest way we are supporting a growing community of forward-thinking business leaders. Members can access a host of specially developed content and tools that aren't available anywhere else, helping you set new standards in business and people leadership every day.
- Access to exclusive member-only content including:
- The 'Leaders Series', a set of video interviews with leading business and HR voices
- Strategic deep dives and expert tips for professional development and innovative practise
- Access to the entire archive of news, features and insights from HR Grapevine and our other sites.
- Unlimited access to the full back catalogue of our award-winning Magazine and other publications.