Why and how to use employee experience data in decision-making

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Research consistently shows that employee experience (EX) is strongly tied to performance, productivity, and turnover. Leaders who collect, analyze, and utilize EX survey data can make well-informed decisions about everything, from salaries, to sales targets and benefit offerings.

Data collected at different employee touchpoints (i.e. onboarding surveys, pulse surveys, exit surveys) reflects the individual and collective employee experience – thus it shows you what your people actually need from the company in order to do their best work. Employee experience data can inform how you structure and execute on your employee experience strategy in ways

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