BRIDGING THE TALENT DIVIDE:

Where Do You Start?

You can’t create the best employee experience if you don’t know what matters most to your people. Armed with insight, you can make sure you’re offering your people the best opportunities to be productive, engaged and happy.

Your employees are asking four key questions about their work. Read more below to make sure they get the right answers.

YOUR PEOPLE ARE SAYING:

Is this the right place for me?

60%

of people have walked away from a job because it turned out to be different than expected1,

22%

leave within 45 days.2

YOU SHOULD BE THINKING:

Can we offer a great employee experience from the very beginning, and deliver on that promise throughout their time with us? (Hint: it starts during hiring and onboarding!)

YOUR PEOPLE ARE THINKING:

Am I growing in my role?

Only 37% of employees

feel like their manager encourages and supports their development.1

YOU SHOULD BE THINKING:

Are we giving our people opportunities for growth, purpose, direction, and success through their work?

YOUR PEOPLE ARE THINKING:

Am I utilizing my strengths?

45% of employees

rank “work itself” the most important retention factor, closely followed by flexibility, culture and cost of benefits package.1

YOU SHOULD BE THINKING:

Are we connecting our people and their work, ensuring they are empowered to apply their strengths to find purpose in their role?

YOUR PEOPLE ARE THINKING:

Am I appreciated and paid fairly?

47% of employees

would consider a job that offered the same wages they receive today, or slightly less.1

YOU SHOULD BE THINKING:

What do your employees care more about than just their salary? Consider the total employment experience you are offering.

Take the first step to bridging the gap by starting the conversation with your employees now.

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