Why employee-centric technology is crucial to workforce success

May 11, 2022 | 2 minute read
Albert Qian
Content marketing manager for HCM
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Is your organization’s employee experience keeping you up at night?

If so, you’re not alone. With 47 million people resigning from their jobs in 2021 and another 4.25 million in 2022, finding ways to keep your current workforce happy feels like a rough roller-coaster ride.

The status quo for the workplace no longer works. High-performing employees from Saudi Arabia, India, and the United States are re-thinking what success means to them. For some, it’s the need for better work-life balance and career growth, while for others, it’s retiring early or having a reluctance to return to work because of the lack of support.

The impact of employee-centric technology

At the heart of retaining your workers is a good employee experience, which includes flexible working opportunities, clear communication from leadership, access to learning and development resources, a smooth onboarding process, and so much more. However, truly understanding your people and what they need requires additional work.

According to Tim Sackett, CEO of HRUTech.com, leveraging employee-centric technology can help you get to know your workforce. A person is more than just who they are at work, and with the treasure trove of people data, analytics, artificial intelligence, and pulse surveys, you can discover how to best support their career and life.

Done effectively, using your people data to support the employee experience will pay dividends. Your workforce will trust you, feel heard, and provide meaningful feedback that you can use to continuously improve the organization.

Learn more

What steps are you taking to drive employee retention? Sackett provides more ways to support your employees in his new ebook, 2022 Could Be The Year Of The Great Retention.


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Albert Qian

Content marketing manager for HCM

Albert Qian is the senior content marketing manager for the Oracle Cloud HCM Campaigns team and the editor-in-chief for this blog. He's passionate about telling the story of HR technology and how it can create better workforces.

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