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Article 4 - Employee experience (EX): Getting your social experience right
- The people and relationships at work, and whether employees feel like they are treated as a contributor to the team’s outputs.
- Encouraging teamwork, helping team members to trust each other, and the wider business, to create an environment where innovation is encouraged, and failure permitted.
- The social climate, and whether they feel welcome and a sense of belonging to their work community.
People and relationships
Teamwork built on trust
The social climate
Implementing a better social experience
People and relationships: Your action steps
If you don’t already have a formal recognition program, consider your options. Company-wide newsletters, townhalls, regular team catchups could hold space for verbal recognition programs, and tangible reward programs can be designed to offer incentives to individuals. Also consider upskilling opportunities for managers so they understand the benefits of recognition and appreciation.
Are your employees still engaging with the recognition programs you’ve put in place? Fine-tune any initiatives based on feedback, to ensure that efforts continue to resonate with teams.
If you need help in creating an excellent employee experience, reach out to one of our expert consultants today.