The Great Resignation trend that began in early 2021 is still in full swing in 2022. What are the root causes and what can leaders do to retain employees in these uncertain times? Employee experience tracking platforms may provide the answer.
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“Trillions of productivity signals from Microsoft 365 quantify the precise digital exhaustion workers are feeling.” — Microsoft, 2021 Work Trend Index: Annual Report
1. Offer greater flexibility via remote and hybrid work.
73% of employees want flexible remote work options. But 64% are craving more in-person time with their teams too.
2. Reimagine the office for modern work.
66% of business decision-makers are considering redesigning physical workspaces to better accommodate hybrid work.
3. Reevaluate the perks and benefits your company offers.
4. Promote healthy work-life balance with employee experience tracking.
There’s so much data available through the productivity apps we use every day. Employee experience platforms like Microsoft Viva can aggregate this data and provide insights to help you evaluate employee well-being.
Don’t ignore the signals your workforce is sending. Gather and interpret data with employee experience tracking through Microsoft Viva Insights.
Learn how to implement Microsoft Viva and make meaningful changes to your employee experience with help from Insight.
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