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The trends shaping
employee experience in 2023

We asked nearly 30,000 employees what they want from work in 2023 and one thing is abundantly clear – people want to restructure their relationship with work.

Hear from our team of workplace psychologists as they break down the four key findings from our 2023 Employee Experience Trends Report. They’ll also share practical ways HR and people leaders can apply the trends to their EX or into their workplaces.

Watch this webinar to learn:

  • How employee preferences and needs have changed in the last year
  • What needs to be true to enhance the employee experience post-pandemic
  • How to enlist people managers to increase employee productivity and well-being

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Ben Granger, PhD, XMP

Chief Workplace Psychologist, Head of EX Advisory Services

Dr. Benjamin Granger is Chief Workplace Psychologist and Head of EX Advisory Services. He has over a decade of experience building Experience Management (XM) programs across the globe and leads EX thought leadership and research initiatives across Qualtrics and the XM Institute.

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Lauren Rice, PhD, XMP

Principal Consultant

Lauren is a Principal Consultant - Employee Experience for Qualtrics, supporting clients in designing and scaling employee experience programs. Prior to Qualtrics, Lauren was part of Johnson & Johnson’s HR Workforce Analytics team where she helped lead J&J’s employee survey program. With her background in I/O Psychology, she enjoys partnering with clients to bring robust methodology, analytics, and best practices to the design of employee experience programs.

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