How the Employee Experience Can Make or Break the Customer Experience4 May 2021
Happy employees work harder, provide better customer service, are more effective at their jobs, and contribute to a more positive environment for customers and co-workers.
Unengaged employees cost the U.S. economy $350 billion dollars a year.
Companies suffer a $2,200 loss per unhappy employee per year.
In one study, when a company displayed key performance metrics on a “leaderboard,” there was an 850% increase in pipeline volume and a 360% increase in sales system adoption.
Research suggests communication, goal-setting, gamification, recognition, and staying connected with remote teams leads to more employee engagement.