Topic: employee experience


Why Qualtrics? – Pelin Aylangan – Senior Manager, XM Practice – Seattle, WA

At Qualtrics we want to connect our people to careers that feed their purpose; jobs that motivate & inspire them. This is Pelin’s “Why Qualtrics” story. I like to work with teams to improve on consultative engagement where understanding the customer’s needs is critical. I also enjoy structuring programs and processes to improve execution. Qualtrics […]

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Why Qualtrics? – Alex Pikul – Senior Account Executive – Dallas, TX

At Qualtrics we want to connect our people to careers that feed their purpose; jobs that motivate & inspire them. This is Alex’s “Why Qualtrics” story. I am a sales professional because it provides me with unlimited earning potential and the flexibility to do the things I love in life: travel the world, scuba dive, […]

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3 examples of innovative employee listening

Offering best-in-class employee experience has become critical to an organization’s success – from attracting top talent to increasing engagement across the entire lifecycle. And employees are keen to play a part in building an incredible workplace culture. From our latest research, 77% of employees wanted to give feedback more often than once a year. However, […]

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My Qualtrics Experience – David Graf – Sales Engineer – Dallas, TX

At Qualtrics we believe in experiences. We want to be sure we provide our employees the best employee experience possible. One way we do this is to offer to pay for an annual ‘Qualtrics Experience’. After that, employees can decide when, where, and how to have this experience. Then share with us what they learned. […]

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9 essential traits of effective managers (and how HR can help)

To roll out an employee experience (EX) initiative is to fully appreciate the impact people leaders have in your organization. Not only are managers the “boots on the ground” of any EX plan, but they’re shaping company culture every day as they interact with and coach their teams. Unfortunately, many managers feel ill-equipped to be […]

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