The future of work is centered around employee experience and wellbeing. That means work that makes people feel better, perform better together, and ultimately live better.
Our mission is to provide clarity on how to evolve the employee experience so that work culture sustains each person's performance, health, and tenure.
Your bottom line depends on your people flourishing.
Dr. Brad Shuck has led the Work Determinants of Health research at the University of Louisville, proving the impact work culture has on the body.
Delila has been a powerhouse fixture in her organization for years. As a reliable and committed employee Delila worked her way up the ladder. She is an invaluable leader to her team, and even other departments have grown to depend on her. Delila's schedule includes long days at the office and frequent business trips, leaving her to return home after her kids are asleep.
Delila knows this is unsustainable but she doesn't know what to do about it. She struggles to balance her work and life demands. Delila feels disconnected from her children and deals with tension on the homefront. This stress is eating away at Delila, and her body is starting to feel the effects as she struggles with insomnia. She is starting to feel drained by even the simplest tasks. Delila is burning the candle at both ends, and she is burning out.
According to The Josh Bersin Company, companies that use Advanced People Analytics are:
more likely to adapt to change.
more likely to engage and retain employees.
more likely to innovate effectively.
more likely to exceed financial targets.
And yet, 83% of companies do not use Advanced People Analytics or track company vitals.
Source: HR Predictions for 2022, The Josh Bersin Company.
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