Day One is a crucial step in the employee experience journey. The day the newly hired employee starts is an important touch-point in the their life and career. How they experience their first day will have a bearing on how they settle into the company, therefore the company needs to ensure the employee has the … Continue reading The Importance of Day One and Onboarding in the Employee Experience
This blog covers two aspects of the employee experience journey, namely Off-boarding and the Exit Interview. The experience for an employee off-boarding from a company is important. An employee leaving can be either an advocate or a critic. Consider the fact that the employee may one day return to the company. If the leaving experience is … Continue reading How Important Is Off-boarding and the Exit Interview in Employee Experience?
An important part of the employee experience journey is asking a potential employee to attend an interview. The job interview is for a lot of companies when the first physical or face-to-face meeting takes place with a potential employee. First impressions count, and while the interviewee is endeavouring to make a good impression, it is equally … Continue reading How The Job Interview Plays A Part in Employee Experience
One factor that can influence the prospective employee and their employee experience journey is how the company is portrayed, particularly online. If a potential employee is interested in applying for the job advertised the next step will be for them to research the company. This is invariably done online using various search engines and will include … Continue reading What Will Be The Employee Experience When Researching Your Company?
How a company advertises a job can have a bearing on how engaging it will be for the potential employee. Does the company talk about themselves or the job first? Does the advert include the benefits available as part of the job? Taking the time to create a solid job advert can go a long … Continue reading How Job Advertising Can Impact The Employee Experience
First and last impressions count when it comes to the employee experience. Before the Job Interview even occurs there are several factors to consider. These influence both the future employee and the employee who is exiting or off-boarding the company. Company Branding A company’s brand needs to be consistent, engaging and authentic across all mediums … Continue reading Your Company Branding and How It Relates to Employee Experience