20 Eye-Opening Employee Experience (EX) Statistics

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How important is Employee Experience for organizations?

What is the current progress on Employee Experience?

  • 59% of executives say their companies are not ready or only somewhat ready to address EX [source: 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends]
  • The lack of progress on either employee engagement or the wider EX is having global repercussions: only 62 percent of US employees count themselves as engaged. In Australia, the percentage of engaged employees drops to 56 percent. In Hong Kong, the number is 42% [source: Qualtrics US Employee Pulse]

What benefits does great Employee Experience deliver?

Work performance

Profit

Talent acquisition and turnover

What are some factors that affect Employee Experience?

The nature of work

Recognition at work

Flexibility and work life balance

Being listened to

A good start with employee onboarding

Are you delivering on your promised employee experience?

That's our 20 stats. But here's a bonus quote.

The attraction, recruitment, hiring and onboarding stages – along with daily experiences that continue after onboarding – each affect how a candidate or employee feels about an organization and its promises.

Organizations may believe that the onboarding process represents just one small piece of an employee's journey and therefore isn't a significant influencer of employees' perceptions of their organization. [In fact], employees make judgments and form opinions about their organization every single day – from the first day. Initial impressions matter.

- Gallup: State of the American Workplace

Research shows over and over that when it comes to employee experience, every single interaction matters. If you want to explore how you can build onboarding experiences that will start your new hires off on the right foot, we're here to help.

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