Zoom fatigue is just one of the new challenges workers are facing in 2020. Along with that, there are feelings of isolation at home, struggles to stay motivated during the workday, and balancing family schedules. Boosting employee morale is one way to keep your teams engaged, but when looking ahead, how can professionals prepare now for the future of work?
There has been a seismic shift in the workforce in early 2020. Most office buildings have partially closed. A majority of employees are now working from out of their homes, and thoughts are trending towards permanently staying that way. The workplace culture you used to have is now attempting to be recreated over video calls. But is hosting a virtual
ALI Conferences announces new ALI Star of the Month ALI Conferences is thrilled to say that we have a number of speakers, hosts, and attendees who have loved our virtual and in-person conferences, and who continue to attend year-after-year to learn new, updated insights and strategies on employee experience, communications, human resources, and more. To thank these Conference Community members,
Written by Mark Emmons, Dynamic Signal. David Armano is the Global Strategy Director at Edelman where he focuses on helping companies navigate digital transformation. And, yes, that means educating clients on new technology. But he said companies are underestimating an even larger cultural shift. “There has been an inversion in trust,” Armano explained. “Employees, consumers and customers really have the
New research shows that only 19% of employees globally think their employee experience and image of their company matches up with the external brand image. According to a report by Weber Shandwick, the global public relations firm, less than a fifth of employees feels there is strong alignment between their employer’s external image and the actual reality and personal experience
If you look back on your working life, what memories stand out? Chances are you’ll remember specific moments that have come to define how you feel about a particular role or organisation. We remember these moments so vividly because of what psychologists call the peak-end rule. When we review an experience after the event, we tend to focus on
Written by Ephraim Julius Freed, Internal Communications Manager & Intranet Manager, Employee Experience leader. In a nutshell: Employee experience design (EXD) describes a holistic, audience-centric approach to delivering HR, internal communications, the digital workplace and physical office spaces. EXD combines user experience design and research, cross-functional collaboration and solutions, employer brand and values, and product management thinking to deliver consistent,
Written by StaffConnect founder and CEO, Bulent Osman The recent article from Lord Price Employee happiness is the key to a fairer and more prosperous society refers to the “John Lewis happiness principle” and has got me thinking about the connection between employee happiness and the impact it has on the customer journey. We all know that job satisfaction and happiness