Positive Employee Experience – A New Roadmap to Retain Top Talent - Empxtrack
Positive Employee Experience

2018 has seen a shift in HR’s focus area. The emphasis is on “Employee Experience” now. It is about the experience an employee gets at work. A recent study has found that 83% of HR leaders cite “employee experience” as an important factor for organizational success. By offering a valuable workplace experience that meets professional needs and expectations of the employees, any business can drive employee satisfaction, workforce engagement and loyalty.

Employee Experience Impacts Engagement and Productivity

Employee experience encompasses everything happening at work, from company culture to physical environment to the technology solutions that employees use.


An important element leading towards organizational success.

Why Should Organizations Care About Employee Experience?


It is important to transform disengaged employees into an engaged workforce. Disengagement impacts a company’s bottom line whereas engaged employees do everything in their power to move the team forward and accelerate business. Recognize patterns of disengagement and focus on engagement initiatives to improve employee experience. Make employees feel valued and care & appreciate the work they’re doing to improve their experience.

Redefine Employee Experience with HR Technology

Build a Digital Organization

Give an Irresistible Experience to Employees and Optimize your Business! With right tools you can cover entire gamut of employee experience.

Empxtrack provides HR tools to make life of employees easy and support them to manage work faster. The flexibility in the workplace and the support from employer improves overall Employee Experience.

Author Bio

Tushar Bhatia
Tushar Bhatia is CEO-founder of cloud-based global HR platform Empxtrack. His key goal is to help companies streamline their HR function, reduce costs and make employees engaged & productive. He writes on various HR related issues and trends that include strategic hr, performance management, best practices for recruitment, employee engagement and retention etc. On an average his blogs are read by about 2 Million professionals annually.

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