VIRTUAL EVENT

Does Your Technology Experience Meet Changing Employees Needs?

November 24, 2020 / 10:00 am PT / 1:00 pm ET


As companies have been tasked with operating a fully remote work staff, it's critical to understand gaps that lead to employee productivity issues and solve them in real-time. IT leaders are responsible for making decisions about what technology to use across multiple departments. While some solutions are implemented to meet organizational needs, how can you be sure they’re meeting the needs of the individual employee? In this webinar, we'll show you how regularly assessing your technology using employee feedback can increase engagement at work. Whether employees are in the office, working remotely, or a hybrid of the two, we'll share best practices to evaluate your technology stack to meet employee needs.

Within chaos lies opportunity, however, and several key experience management trends have emerged to help banking and XM professionals mitigate risk and grow revenue in 2021. Join us to learn:

  • Why employee experience management in IT is critical today
  • How to include the employee voice in decisions and action
  • How to use EmployeeXM to solve today’s IT challenges

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Jay Dorio

Jay is a globally respected human capital management leader with extensive experience in both internal and external consulting roles across a variety of industry segments. Jay helps our clients maximize the value of their investments with Qualtrics based on his deep expertise in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, talent management, organizational design, employee experience, and analytics.

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