Employee Experience Management

Organizations can not succeed if the employees are not good at their job. How do you ensure your employees give their best? Five factors contribute to a positive employee experience: meaningful work, supportive management, positive work environment, growth opportunity, and trust in leadership (Simply Irresistible Organization Model).

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Key challenges

1

Low productivity

Employees who do not enjoy their working conditions do not perform the best and directly affect your company's results.

2

High turnover

Employee turnover grinds down productivity of your company as a whole. It reduces expected revenue and can shrink the bottom line.

3

Recurrent onboarding

The revolving door and perpetual onboarding process can affect employee engagement, erode team membership, and flatten overall morale.

Care about the moments that matter for each employee

Share human-centered moments that matter in the full employee lifecycle from talent attraction to retirement or separation.

RightCom XP™ allows you to build superior employee experiences that drive employee engagement, retention and productivity. From employee feedback software to sophisticated analytics or social listening tools, you can use RightCom XP™ to tailor the employee journey at every single stage of the employee lifecycle.

 Care about the moments that matter for each employee
  • Get your employees more engaged

    Including your employees in the organization’ strategy increases their motivation and commitment.

  • Turn your employees into brand ambassador

    Employees who are happy about their job and the company they work for are more willing to promote their employer.

  • Increase financial benefits

    Employee satisfaction drives productivity and as a result has an impact on sales and revenue.

  • Attract and retain skilled employees

    Employees who work in a stimulating environment are likely to be more loyal. It attracts even more talents.

What are the risks for the organization?

Low performance

Low performance

Employees who feel unhappy or misunderstood by the management generally underperform.

Less competitiveness

Less competitiveness

Companies that suffer from high turnover and incur high costs of hiring lose in competitiveness.

Customer dissatisfaction

Customer dissatisfaction

Low employee productivity affects the clients and bottom line the company

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