Everyday we are bombarded with articles, conversations, and debates about AI and automation in the workplace. Some people are fearful, some people are excited, and others choose to ignore the issue completely. But the truth is AI and automation will impact your job. Here’s why you should let it.
Where did this concept of employee experience come from and why is it at the forefront of so many discussions today? We didn’t get here overnight, as with anything in the business world things evolve and shift over time. The evolution we are seeing today continues to shift organizational priorities more towards focusing on people and bringing humanity and experiences into our organizations.
There’s a lot of talk these days around how to create more human organizations. In a world where technology is growing and advancing at such a rapid pace it is crucial that humans differentiate themselves. One important skill we need to have is being able to actively listen, instead of passively hearing.
The way that we work has changed drastically over the past few decades. If you were to walk into an office several decades ago you would probably see everyone dressed up in suits and ties. You might see people smoking inside the office. And most
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The shift towards focusing on employee experience is not random and it is not solely driven by organizations. The focus towards employee experience is not just a “work thing”, it is something that has come about because of the global change in values, expectations and mindsets.
Employee experience is the next battleground to attract and retain the best talent. Creating great experiences for our employees is critical to succeed in the future of work, but the problem is there is a lot of confusion around what employee experience actually means. Some of the main issues we have to address are: