Employee eXperience in a post- COVID world

Global employee eXperience research 2020

The rare and significant COVID-19 crisis has propelled HR leaders into the spotlight, as they are faced with accelerated change, new challenges and a shift in priorities. The unfolding events are undoubtedly impacting the employee eXperience (eX), and employees must be at the center of how organizations and leaders respond on the way to recovery.

Have your say in the biggest global employee eXperience study

  • How has COVID-19 impacted how HR leaders and organizations approach eX?
  • How have eX and talent priorities shifted because of the pandemic?
  • As we recover, what aspects of eX and talent strategy do companies expect to go back to normal, or be permanently changed?
  • Is COVID-19 viewed as an accelerant for a shift in culture change, eX or company reputation? Or a short-term crisis to get through before joining the previous path?
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Survey participants will receive a free copy of our exclusive report in July, with future-focused, thought-provoking insights to help shape your organizational strategy, adapt your eX and talent practices, support fast recovery, and ultimately prepare for the ’new normal’.

Any questions?

Please contact: Reka.Bakos@kincentric.com

Our Solutions

High-performing cultures come from highly engaged employees gaining meaningful experiences throughout the employee lifecycle — all the moments of inspiration, leadership, recognition, development and transition. Our holistic approach to human behavior, technology and data-driven insight ignites change and will help you create these moments to unlock the power of your people and teams.

For additional insight, read Top 5 Lessons to Deliver an eXtraordinary Employee eXperience.

Global employee eXperience report 2019

Did you know, our 2019 Global Employee eXperience research covered:

  • 1300+ HR professionals
  • 43 countries
  • 23M employees worldwide
  • 23 industries
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Translations: This report is also available in Spanish and Portuguese.

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