Employee experience affects employee happiness, productivity and business performance. It’s important to create a positive experience for employees, and to regularly check in with them.
We created the Employee Experience Genome Project to give businesses an easy to use question framework and set of best practices for measuring and improving employee experience.
You collect employee feedback to make work better, not to swamp people with surveys.
The EX Genome Project gives you a library of simple questions and conversation starters that help you talk about work with your people.
Your workplace’s culture and environment give people what they need to do their jobs well. It’s important to make sure there’s a balance between what people have to do at work, and what they can use to get the job done.
If people are included in decisions and given opportunities to develop they’ll put in more effort. And if they’re respected and their work is recognized fairly they’re more likely to be highly motivated. If people feel unfairly treated and excluded, you’ll want to act - quickly.
Employee engagement is a measure of the emotional commitment people have to your business and its goals. Engaged employees care about their work and are more likely to do all the things that make your business great - from serving customers to inventing new products...everything!
Employee engagement is a measure of the emotional commitment people have to your business and its goals. Simply, engaged employees care about their work and their company and are more likely to do all the things that make your business great - from serving customers to inventing new products...everything!
Employee NPS (eNPS) measures loyalty to give you a rough idea of how engaged your employees are. Because it’s measured frequently you always have a current picture of engagement and you don’t have to wait for annual survey results before you can act. And there’s only one number to keep track of.
eNPS is Based on Net Promoter Score® (NPS™) by Bain & Company, Satmetrix Systems, Inc., and Fred Reichheld.
“If we keep asking employers to solve problems, we perpetuate a system that always lets employees down. When do we say that it’s up to employees to own their EX, and that the best companies will listen?”
The Employee Experience Genome Project gives you a free, research-backed, best practice question set and guide to following up feedback.
The first step towards collecting regular employee feedback without long, complicated surveys.