Many HR leaders praise the employee experience (EX) as the holy grail of their organizational initiatives, but things are changing. What if this view only captures a small fraction of — ironically — the employee experience?
What if there were a broader understanding of the employee’s career? You would be able to see through employees’ eyes why they joined your company, what they hope to do in life and where they’re going. Then you could help them position themselves in your company to achieve their goals as well as yours.
You would both win.
We’ve written about the employee experience in the past, how creating great experiences and providing a framework for practitioners develops the holistic employee experience. Now we’re expanding our view on what it means to have a truly great employee experience.