We asked 2,000 leaders how they plan to win the war for talent
The talent market is more competitive than ever, and a modern employee experience (EX) is essential. Our new report uncovers senior leaders’ strategies, priorities, and tech investments.
The good news: Employee experience is high priority
of executives consider improving EX high priority or essential
Employers are investing in new technologies to build a better employee experience
The top three EX tools employers plan to get in the next two years:
AI-driven skills matching
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Employers are often surprised when talent leaves
use tools to identify disengaged or flight risk employees
And they’re falling short on career development
of employees are leaving due to lack of
opportunities or challenges (2021 Pulse of Talent)
of employers are planning to have regular conversations
about career opportunities (2021 Executive Survey)
There’s so much more in the full report. Download it to see it all and learn key EX strategies, including:
- Driving engagement across the employee life cycle
- Fostering better communication with a distributed workforce
- Building workforce agility in a world where change is rapid and constant - Personalising work experiences to better attract and retain talent