Without employee experience, your bottom line will suffer

Employee experience has become the new key differentiator for companies looking to drive revenue growth.

The role of portals in the digital workplace

Whatever happened to enterprise portals? They were supposed to be the future of work. Tech companies clamored to provide the next big portal, and corporations made heavy investments in the technology.

How to fix the employee experience in 2018

The employee experience is becoming more strategic than ever. Staying in one position over the course of your career is no longer the norm. Today’s employees change jobs around four times by age 32, staying at the same job for just 4.4 years, on average (half, if they’re younger).

How eliminating internal silos enhances customer experience

As technology evolves, so do customer and employee expectations. Yet many companies aren’t taking steps to meet them.

How intranets are enabling workplace productivity

More than 40 years ago, a group of business leaders speculated about what the workplace of the future would look like. George E. Pake of Xerox Corp. predicted he’d have a TV monitor sitting on his desk on which he could receive mail or messages and call up documents from his files with the press of a button.

The role of the intranet in the digital workplace

Like it or not, flexible work environments are playing a key role in attracting and retaining employees. Companies that want to hire and retain the best need to be willing to break down their established structures and policies in order to engage employees.

Are employees experiencing app fatigue?

Enterprise apps like Microsoft Teams, Salesforce, and ServiceNow are providing today’s employees with tools that enable them to collaborate, access information, and complete tasks from just about any device.

3 ways micro apps help employees get up-to-speed during first week

This article first appeared on HR.com. Hiring and training new employees can be as stressful for managers as it is for new hires.

Improving employee communication is about more than writing better emails

Employee communication is one of the most important ingredients in business—and being able to communicate the right information to the right employees is often a key differentiator in the success of a company.