The Great Resignation was undoubtedly a wake-up call for all of us. Employees are currently in the driving seat.
The impact of the last two years has been significant, prompting many to reprioritise what is most important to them, both in their personal lives and careers. This change of priorities and its impact on our work lives are here to stay.
But many organizations are currently failing to invest in a more fulfilling employee experience. PwC’s “Global Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey” found that globally one in five workers may quit their jobs in 2022.
As industry leaders, we must take note of this change. It’s an opportunity to find new talent and improve your existing workforce.
Engaged employees outperform unengaged employees by a staggering 147%, playing a vital role in the success of every organisation. They are more productive, positive and committed to their work, going above and beyond their job description.
Employee-centric companies prove to be more resilient and ultimately more profitable. Businesses are looking at what their brand means to employees and how to better shape their Employee Value Proposition (EVP) and how to position themselves as an employer of choice.
An EVP can be a critical component of your staff attraction and retention strategy. It helps you articulate and communicate what successful employees like best about working for you. Your organisation is unique, and this helps identify the unique employee experience you offer.
Over the past 32 years, the Davidson team has had the privilege of working with hundreds of leading organisations to develop and craft their EVP and grow their iconic brands to be more meaningful to their employees.