Employee Wellbeing 1: Employee Experience
About the course
The experience of an employee inside an organisation is crucial for their performance. Circumstances and external factors that are out of an employee's control can have a serious impact on the way they function in a company. It is imperative for every organisation to prioritise its employee's wellbeing and provide them with the right conditions and opportunities in order to not only enhance their performance, but also promote their engagement to their work. In this module we will focus on employee experience and engagement and how to develop them.
Contents - Topics
Lesson 1: Employee Experience and Engagement
Employee experience is crucial for the vitality of a company. Providing the right circumstances for the creation of a good employee experience the companies prepare the ground for the employee engagement. More importantly, a good employee experience plays not only for the personal growth of an employee inside a company but for the business' functionality as well.
Lesson 2: Aiming for Employees’ Engagement and Wellbeing
The wellbeing of employees depends on the quality of working life provided by their employers. Moreover, external factors can seriously affect the levels of employee engagement. Therefore, a strategy for the enhancement of employee engagement should be concerned with what needs to be done to provide a better work environment, improve job design, offer opportunities for personal growth and ensure that performance management is effective.
Lesson 3: Barriers to Employee Experience and How to Overcome Them
In some cases, while employers may be listening to the reasons of employee experience failure, they're not always taking action. Bridging the gap is key to engagement. Investing in the right professionals while also utilising new digital tools, a company can promote regular conversations with their teams and encourage action at every level of the organisation. Following the 4 P's of employee experience, a company can achieve its goals while providing its employees with good working conditions and benefits.
Lesson 4: Case Studies
Though the case studies that are presented, you will be able to see the benefits of prioritising the employee experience in your organisation.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
Define employee experience and employee engagement.
Identify the barriers to employee experience and solutions to surpass them.
Recognise factors that affect employee engagement.
Acknowledge the importance of an employee wellbeing strategy.
This course is addressed to
Talent Recruiters and Trainers
HR Departments' Employees