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The Employee Experience Imperative: Q&A with David Johnson

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Lower employee turnover. The factors that affect employee turnover vary by industry and job role, but excessive workload is a top culprit across the board. Conversely, several studies show that when employers pay close attention to employee workload and help employees balance the demands of their jobs with key resources such as technology and training, they can sharply reduce burnout and employee turnover.

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Is Your Company Following its Compensation Philosophy?


A WorldatWork study sponsored by Aon Hewitt found that while 92 percent of companies surveyed have a formal compensation philosophy, only 63 percent have it in writing. Special perks like Friday yoga or in-chair massage, retention bonuses, and large cash incentives for employee referrals may be critical components. By regularly conducting fair market salary benchmarking, you can identify if there are any major gaps in your compensation plan.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Employee Engagement Survey

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Employee Retention. Employee Retention. Facebook’s Scott Judd writes that “Simply asking our people how long they intend to stay is more than twice as accurate at foretelling their future turnover than machine-learning forecasts by an industry leader in predictive analytics.” You’ll need digital help in sorting out employee responses, so that you can establish benchmarks, visualize trends, and plan appropriate actions. Skip to content. Press. Events. Careers.