Nicole Sloane, Employee Experience Leader at Kimberly-Clark, will present in the session, “Is Your Digital Transformation Connecting and Engaging All of The Workforce?” The HR experts will look at how digital transformation efforts can engage the entire workforce, including those working remotely, to ensure talent is retained and developed.
IDC found that knowledge workers spend about 2.5 hours a day, or roughly 30 percent of the work week, searching for information. If an average yearly salary is $80,000, the inability to find info will cost an organization that employs 1000 workers roughly $25 million per year. No surprise that by making things easier for the workforce, organizations see measurable results.
It wasn’t so long ago that we relied on the phone book, fax machines and dial-up internet to find information and connect with one another. But now, everything we need is at our fingertips…except in the workplace. Learn how to shift to a holistic approach and change how we interact and engage employees.
Despite evidence to the contrary, untruths about artificial intelligence abound, even today. That’s why Socrates.ai joined a panel of industry experts at the HR Tech Connect Summit to help HR understand and learn how to adopt the technology sooner rather than later.
Socrates.ai empowers employees to find the information applicable to their experience without jumping through hoops. By giving employees what they need when they need it, we’re able to offer that white-glove service that’s missing in many organizations, especially those navigating a hybrid workforce model.
At Socrates.ai, we’ve put together a unique booth space that will allow us to connect with live attendees and those unable to make it. Embracing the people behind the technology we have created a Digital Mosaic, clear masks for easy in site listening, a pre-event webinar on ROX (Return on Experience) and meetings via Zoom or in person.
Employee engagement has long been a concern for employers, even before the pandemic. According to research from Gallup, only 34% of employees in the US are engaged at work. And that was from 2019 before any of us had any idea a pandemic was coming.
With good intentions, companies create articles, blog posts, policies, and other content, all designed to act as the voice of the company to guide decisions and help employees and stakeholders navigate their experience. The trouble starts when the company loses sight of what’s most important.