Paper Instructions Prepare a 3-4-page report on how you plan to approach employee talent development, employee success, retention, and the employee experience issues with viable recommendations for solutions.
What is the employee experience from the employee’s perspective? The employee experience is when an employee considers their work more than just a job. Employers hope for that possibility, even though it is unlikely every employee in the organization will attain a high level of enjoyment from their work and their work environment. The employee perspective means pride in their employment and a passion for what they do, whom they do it with, and respect for their organizational leadership.
We have arrived at a time in history where talent matters and retaining that talent is not a simple or inexpensive process. Employees today desire a great deal more than employees have in the past. Work has become more important to employees than ever before. Expectations for dynamic, interesting work and a work environment that enhances the process of work grows ever greater each year. The workplace takes up the vast majority of an employee’s life, and this previously accepted tradition of work not being fun or even tolerable has been rejected. In addition, the idea that an employee’s career is for them to manage may be true, but management can make that a great deal more exciting and productive if the pathways to success are clear and available.