Source | digitalworkplace.global.fujitsu.com | Bryan Janes
People power business.
This is something lots of companies claim to understand. And yet, many businesses are still failing to provide their employees with an exciting, positive and empowering employee experience.
I recently sat with Nerys Mutlow, Head of Future Workplace Services at Fujitsu Global for an interview about the importance of employee experience – and the way it can be shaped by the workplace.
You can watch the full interview here >> Shaping the future workplace: A workplace to call your own.
In this blog post, I’m going to expand on some of the ideas I put forward in the interview. Read on to find out more.
Good employee experience leads to good customer experience
The era of a job for life is over. Today’s workforce moves between different employers much more frequently – according to data collected by LinkedIn, today’s graduates have twice as many jobs in the five years after leaving education as their counterparts 20 years ago.
This means businesses have to do more to attract and retain the right people. And this is where employee experience is crucial.