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Three Ways IT and HR Can Use Employee Experience to Attract and Retain Top Talent

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In a historic shift, employees are abandoning companies that don't prioritize the employee End-User Experience (EUX) — or, more specifically, ditching leadership that doesn't provide the technologies and infrastructure required for their workforce to succeed in the new digital workplace. CIOs and CHROs now find themselves working together to elevate EUX to keep their organizations competitive in the fight for top talent.

Employee desire for flexible work options is fueling the Great Resignation, making this time of high turnover a challenge for organizations worldwide. An emerging dynamic between forward-thinking Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Human Resource Officers (CHROs)—who traditionally don’t collaborate on joint initiatives—offers a promising method to meet this challenge head-on.

In a historic shift, employees are abandoning companies that don’t prioritize the employee End-User Experience (EUX)—or, more specifically, ditching leadership that doesn’t provide the technologies and infrastructure required for their workforce to succeed in the new digital workplace. CIOs and CHROs now find themselves working together to elevate EUX to keep their organizations competitive in the fight for top talent.

When Information Technology (IT) and Human Resources (HR) share data and insights, they can collaborate to better support employees’ needs—a non-negotiable requirement during the Great Resignation’s talent war. Let’s discuss three ways this partnership can help your organization attract and retain employees.

Weston Morris

Weston Morris

Weston Morris leads the global strategy for emerging technologies that impact digital worker productivity – including Natural Language Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Automation, Merged Reality, Virtualization and IoT.