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“To win in the marketplace you must first win in the workplace.”
– Doug Conant, CEO of Campbell’s Soup

Most leaders agree that investing in your employees is key to achieving long-term success. We often talk about employee engagement and employee experience, but what does that mean in practical terms? This infographic from BrilliantInk walks through 10 ways you can improve your employee experience, backed by data from their Employee Experience Survey of over 300 workers of Fortune 1000 companies.

Key Highlights:

  • 23% of employees felt misled by first impressions in the interview process and are more likely to be disengaged – Make sure you are presenting an accurate picture of the role and company in interviews
  • 77% of new hires participated in an orientation program, but only 29% learned about their specific job during orientation
  • 44% of respondents reported little of no structure during onboarding – Set your new hires up for success with structured onboarding!
  • When onboarding, one size doesn’t fit all. 43% prefer to work a big assignment right away, 57% prefer to learn the ropes the first three months.
  • Only 17% of communications from leadership are ignored – speak up, they’re listening!
  • Most employees don’t learn about career paths during interviews (58%), and onboarding (66%), and 40% aren’t hearing about it during performance reviews.