The Employee Experience (EX) has been on the radar for years now. But with market conditions forever altered by Covid and employees thinking more about their personal situations, EX has now become a focal point for a firm’s success.
There are a ton of factors that compose the employee experience and companies are focusing on improving them all. While many of these factors are directly related to culture, inclusion, engagement and important social issues, it would be naïve to overlook the importance of total compensation in the equation.
Our latest paper, “The Employee Experience (EX)” digs into what makes up EX, how a positive EX can help your firm and what role compensation can play in creating a positive experience.