employee experience

Focus on the Employee Experience to Create a Culture of Success

For HR and business leaders, employees are customers. This means that analyzing and improving each stage of employees’ journey within the company is crucial. Creating a fulfilling place to work is a major part of any employer’s job. You don’t do this out of a sense of altruism but because it is the best thing for the value of your company. Happy and engaged employees onboard more quickly, are more productive, stay longer, and continue to spread goodwill after they leave.

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Forget People Analytics, Culture Analytics Is What You Need

The term people analytics gets thrown around a lot these days. So much in fact that its use as a phrase has outpaced actual adoption by companies. People analytics is a broad term. It can refer to any aspect of HR data that touches on personnel. Maybe that’s why adoption has been so lackluster, no one really knows what it means. When a term isn’t specific it might be buzz-worthy, but it loses its ability to capture to be understood in terms of concrete use cases.

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7 Steps to Writing a Culture Handbook, Not an Employee Handbook

There are a few companies that have written at length about their culture. Companies like Netflix and Hubspot articulate clearly what their culture is and communicate what behaviors they want to encourage (and which they want to discourage). Less well known are a few companies like the SAS Institute and Bridgewater that have equally strong cultures, and a similar commitment to educating their current and incoming employees about ‘the way they want to get work done.’

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Building Traditions to Strengthen Your Team

I’ve been thinking a lot about team-building and traditions lately as our team has grown. It has been really exciting and challenging to see how each additional team member brings their own needs, strengths and ambitions to Pomello. When you’ve been working so long with one person – shout out to my awesome co-founder, Oliver – it can be easy to get set in your ways. And so it is refreshing to have new perspectives and personalities.

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New Research Links Company Culture and Financial Performance

To those of us in the business world, academia can appear to move at a glacial pace. But academic research plays an essential role in identifying successful organizational strategies and mechanisms that might not be apparent, even to the actual teams that are implementing them. Pomello is built based on a large body of research which validates the relationship between strong organizational culture and key metrics like employee performance, engagement, and turnover.

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