Building a world that works better for people
Disruption and uncertainty keep pushing businesses to draw on their agility and resilience. While rethinking working practices and how to best serve customers, one thing has stood out: the value of putting people first, especially employees.
Exceptional employee experiences – including an organization's approach to wellbeing, learning, and onboarding – are at the core of a successful company. But with hybrid work now the norm for many, there are new employee-engagement challenges to address and lessons to learn from the time spent working remotely. And technology plays a critical role.
Getting to the heart of business
Our three-part study with more than 500 senior executives from global enterprises explores how technology enables progress toward three distinct objectives: employee engagement and culture; environmental sustainability; and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Part one focuses on technology enhancing the employee experience – even in a hybrid environment – by:
- Fully integrating employees into their culture
- Filling the engagement gap caused by employee interactions shifting to problem-solving and away from socializing
- Enabling effective collaboration between on-site and remote colleagues
Read the report to build on our findings and gain insight from Comcast, Cox Communications, Driscoll's, Levi Strauss, Microsoft, Genpact, and Rightpoint.
Learn more about our Tech for Progress report series.