The abrupt changes millennials are bringing into today’s workplace have been a frequent topic of conversation. With their critical mass and coming dominance in the overall workforce (greater than 50% within two years), there are many myths and fears circulating about millennials and the impact they bring to the workplace — some of big foot proportions. And up until now, it has been difficult to separate the hype from the truth.
You want an employee experience that reflects your organization’s brand values. You need an employee experience that drives positive results for both your employees and your customers. Building a better employee experience that meets all your goals can seem daunting at first, but starting with the right steps in the beginning makes the path clear and road smoother.
Marketing today can seem daunting.
With the overwhelming array of technology options, product platforms, and communication channels available, taking that first step to launching or improving your marketing strategy can be the hardest. If you think you need a little direction—or even a push—we have the playbook to get you going.
90% of all intranets fail1.
The most common reason? Bad user experience — non-intuitive interfaces, poor document management, and a lack of clarity on goals and objectives. The solution? A modern intranet that is built around user needs and a digital experience that drives engagement.
I recently spoke at the Tech Forward conference in Austin, Texas on leveraging technology to improve employee engagement. Tech Forward is an annual three-day event that brings together industry experts and nonprofit leaders to learn and discuss how technology is shaping mission-driven organizations.