Why employee experience will be your #1 priority

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Mark Levy
Former head of employee experience at Airbnb and Allbirds

  • Relationships with managers, teams, and leadership
  • Interactions with customers and suppliers

  • Physical work space
  • Flexible work options
  • Work-life balance
  • The work itself and how stimulating it is
  • Having a match between tasks and skill level
  • Rules and norms for how work gets done and is rewarded
  • Degree of complexity in tools and technologies
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global map of the world showing percentages of talent professionals who say employee experience will be “very important” in shaping the future of HR and recruiting, based on LinkedIn’s Global Talent Trends 2020 survey.  Canada 96% United States 96% Mexico 94% Brazil 94% United Kingdom 95% France 83% Germany 92% Middle East 93% India 95% China 94% Southeast Asia 95% Australia 98%
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Discover 3 more trends that can change the way you hire and retain talent.

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