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EX Trends 2023: Find out what’s driving employees to rethink their relationship with work

Employees' wants and needs are changing. In the wake of numerous crises, there's been a drastic shift in how many perceive and carry out their work.

We asked over 28,000 employees around the world what they now expected from work, highlighting the most critical actions organisations can take to attract, retain and engage their people on a more human level.

Watch this webinar for a look into the key trends - from employees reclaiming their boundaries, to demands for better tech and processes.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • What the top trends are among employees across all industries in Europe

  • What employees around the globe need (and expect) from their organisations

  • Tips and practical actions on what organisations can do to embrace opportunities or tackle challenges

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Laura Harding

Employee Experience Product Scientist, Qualtrics

Laura develops employee feedback solutions for businesses. Laura specialises in and is enthusiastic about developing solutions for organisations focused on employee well-being, as well as environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues.

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Jake Outram

Senior Employee Experience XM Scientist, Qualtrics

Jake supports clients in designing and scaling employee experience programs. He provides consulting services regarding research methodology and the design of EX programs to inform business priorities. Jake also supports customers analyse and report employee feedback, connecting experience and operational data across employee touchpoints.

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