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What do you think of when you hear the word ‘personalisation’?
Personalisation is more than just holiday photos sat on an employee’s desk, employers can introduce personalisation in a more meaningful and beneficial way which not only boosts employee experience and increases employee engagement but has a positive impact on the business’ bottom line.
The definition of personalisation is the action of creating something to meet the needs of an individual. When you position personalisation in the workplace you create a happier and healthier workforce where performance, profit, productivity, retention and wellness soars.
Treat your workforce as you would your ideal customer
Successful businesses understand their target audience intimately. They know their gender, their age, how they like to relax, what they buy, what time they are likely to be on social media and more besides. Giving your customers what they want makes them happy, they feel rewarded, they feel special and in return they remain loyal. Your employees deserve this same treatment.
In this blog we look at some approaches your organisation can take to move away from the ‘one size fits all’ model.
Employee Engagement Surveys
To ensure your company is implementing changes that are meaningful to your employees it’s good practice to carry out regular Employee Engagement Surveys.
A survey should be written to provide:
Use this information as research and act on it. Employees who are listened to will have a more vested interest in the company
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If you need help creating the perfect workplace culture for your workforce or would like us to implement an engagement survey on your behalf, contact our friendly team of HR professionals on 0161 941 2426.
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