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Employee Experience Strategy → How?

Ne-Lo’s Employee Experience Strategy consulting approach supports you to bring the clear voice of your employees into the boardroom to inform focused and aligned strategic decision making.

We do this through:

01 → Alignment

Engage and align your board, exec. team, and other key stakeholders around the most pressing strategic questions to be answered, strategic hypotheses to be tested, or known unknowns that are preventing clear strategic focus.

02 → Engagement

Design, develop, and conduct targeted employee research using the methodologies best suited to answering your specific strategic questions or hypotheses with your specific target employee groups. Analyse the employee data through the lens of the strategic areas identified in phase 1, with the aim of generating valuable insight over pages of data.

03 → Refinement

Utilise employee insights to identify and roadmap focused strategic initiatives that target the things that matter most to your employees.

Employee Experience Strategy → Why?

The vital mindset shift that will transform Employee Experience efforts.

The key problem plaguing employee experience (EX) strategy efforts is that Employee Experience is seen as separate from business strategy and is often placed firmly on the plate of the HRD. This issue is on a sliding scale of severity, but at the worst end of the scale, EX can be marginalised as an annual employee engagement survey, which does little more than sit in a drawer.

When Employee Experience is instead viewed as the way an employee (or potential employee) experiences a company across any interaction, and therefore the level of motivation, engagement, and loyalty they feel towards the company and the amount of meaning they derive from their work, it takes on a new meaning. That’s why we encourage leaders to consider it as employee-focused strategy - it’s about orienting actual business strategy around the things that matter most to your employees.

Prioritising Employee Experience in business strategy can have a significant impact on the best employees joining, staying, and performing at their best:

41% lower absenteeism

Highly engaged business units are 17% more productive and have 41% lower absenteeism (Gallup, 2017)

4.6 X more likely to perform at their best

Employees who feel their voice is heard are 4.6 times more likely to perform at their best (Salesforce, 2017)

12% more productive

Happy employees are 12% more productive (Oswald & Proto, 2009)

20% higher sales

Companies with highly engaged workers report 20% higher sales (Gallup, 2017)

+5% employee engagement =
+3% jump in revenue

A 5% increase in employee engagement can lead to a 3% jump in revenue (AON, 2015)

20% higher sales

Companies with highly engaged workers report 20% higher sales (Gallup, 2017)