In today’s business world, after solving various problems such as unemployment, or we can say recession or various others problems in an organization, the industry or an organization will then think about keeping their talent happy.

Every company realizes that keeping its workforce happy is very important. Only a happy employee can be completely engaged in his work. Keeping employee happy can be a challenge.

Companies spend a huge amount of money every year to enhance the employee experience. Various initiatives that can be taken to increase the employee experience are flexible work policies, workplace redesigns, learning and development opportunities etc.

When the expectations of employees are being fulfilled by the organization there is automatically increase in the productivity , efforts and retention.

According to a research only 13% of the employees are satisfied with the experience initiatives. This proves that simply just by investing in programs for employees is not enough. It is important to shape people’s understanding of their experience.

There is a three-part process which helps in shaping people’s understanding of their experience.

Calibrating experience 
Most companies ask their employees what they want from their work experience. But sometimes what the employees expect may be impossible to implement. So an organization should be clear that what it can deliver to the employees and whatnot.

Personalizing the day to day experience.
The first step is to share information so that workers can see places to make improvements. The employees facing different problems can discuss their issues because different people face different problems and their solutions are also different for each individual.

Managers need to create psychologically a safe environment to discuss the problems.

Shaping memories – Both Good and Bad
Business leaders and HR managers can message individually to all the employees those who are having rough times in the office. Managers should ask the employees how they feel with the experiences that have been created for them and if they feel positive and good so they can share their experiences.

In today’s business world, after solving various problems such as unemployment, or we can say recession or various others problems in an organization, the industry or an organization will then think about keeping their talent happy.

Every company realizes that keeping its workforce happy is very important. Only a happy employee can be completely engaged in his work. Keeping employee happy can be a challenge.

Companies spend a huge amount of money every year to enhance the employee experience. Various initiatives that can be taken to increase the employee experience are flexible work policies, workplace redesigns, learning and development opportunities etc.

When the expectations of employees are being fulfilled by the organization there is automatically increase in the productivity , efforts and retention.

According to a research only 13% of the employees are satisfied with the experience initiatives. This proves that simply just by investing in programs for employees is not enough. It is important to shape people’s understanding of their experience.

There is a three-part process which helps in shaping people’s understanding of their experience.

Calibrating experience 
Most companies ask their employees what they want from their work experience. But sometimes what the employees expect may be impossible to implement. So an organization should be clear that what it can deliver to the employees and whatnot.

Personalizing the day to day experience.
The first step is to share information so that workers can see places to make improvements. The employees facing different problems can discuss their issues because different people face different problems and their solutions are also different for each individual.

Managers need to create psychologically a safe environment to discuss the problems.

Shaping memories – Both Good and Bad
Business leaders and HR managers can message individually to all the employees those who are having rough times in the office. Managers should ask the employees how they feel with the experiences that have been created for them and if they feel positive and good so they can share their experiences.

In today’s business world, after solving various problems such as unemployment, or we can say recession or various others problems in an organization, the industry or an organization will then think about keeping their talent happy.

Every company realizes that keeping its workforce happy is very important. Only a happy employee can be completely engaged in his work. Keeping employee happy can be a challenge.

Companies spend a huge amount of money every year to enhance the employee experience. Various initiatives that can be taken to increase the employee experience are flexible work policies, workplace redesigns, learning and development opportunities etc.

When the expectations of employees are being fulfilled by the organization there is automatically increase in the productivity , efforts and retention.

According to a research only 13% of the employees are satisfied with the experience initiatives. This proves that simply just by investing in programs for employees is not enough. It is important to shape people’s understanding of their experience.

There is a three-part process which helps in shaping people’s understanding of their experience.

Calibrating experience 
Most companies ask their employees what they want from their work experience. But sometimes what the employees expect may be impossible to implement. So an organization should be clear that what it can deliver to the employees and whatnot.

Personalizing the day to day experience.
The first step is to share information so that workers can see places to make improvements. The employees facing different problems can discuss their issues because different people face different problems and their solutions are also different for each individual.

Managers need to create psychologically a safe environment to discuss the problems.

Shaping memories – Both Good and Bad
Business leaders and HR managers can message individually to all the employees those who are having rough times in the office. Managers should ask the employees how they feel with the experiences that have been created for them and if they feel positive and good so they can share their experiences.