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Do I have the tools I need to feel productive at work?

David Bator
by David Bator on August 10, 2020

You need the answer to this question, especially since the physical space an employee occupies has a major impact on their productivity and positivity at work.

A report from Gartner on increasing the returns on employee experience found that “only 13% of employees’ expectations are fully met at work.”

Productivity ToolsAs COVID-19 continues to change the shape of work and challenge how we manage our teams, our health and our day-to-day tasks, it’s imperative that employee’s are not only involved in the feedback loop but also have an opportunity to co-create their own employee experiences.

Our new guide offers a practical and tactical toolset to effectively craft important messages, collect meaningful insights and create opportunities to involve employees in the feedback loop.

According to Gartner, companies that involve employees in “shaping” the employee experience can “achieve up to the following impacts on employees”:

38% more likely to report high intent to stay

■ 33% more likely to report high discretionary effort

■ 44% more likely to be high performers

A reminder that everyone has a hand in defining what the “next normal” will be.

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