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It’s all About the Experience 08.19.2019 | Morgan E. Wiedmann

While the debate continues on how best to implement meaningful experiences, and more importantly how to contain the associated costs, there is increased recognition that mobility provides a meaningful employee experience that deserves prioritizing.

Whether your goal is to attract, engage, or retain key talent, the complexity of the mobility process offers multiple opportunities to provide an enhanced experience. The actual programs and benefits used to accomplish this vary widely by company and are heavily influenced by industry, corporate culture, mobile population demographics and experiences. The great news here is that organizations are really exploring creative ways to achieve their individual goals as they seek to define what “the experience” means to their employees.

A holistic approach to ensuring the right ecosystem exists between policy, process and services, is ideal.

The entire employee journey should be considered, starting from increasing the support in the initial pre-decision stage through to counselling and post-assignment planning, such as peer mentoring, or career planning.

When your employees feel that sense of a great mobility experience, they are more likely to perform better, grow with your company for longer, and raise their hands for different opportunities.

​Interested in how to better support your employee experience?  Weichert’s Optimization Labs and our Voice-of-the-Customer research can help prioritize the changes that will have the greatest impact on the employee experience. Contact us for more information!

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Written by Morgan E. Wiedmann

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Morgan Wiedmann is the Content Specialist in Weichert’s Marketing group. Leveraging over five years of experience in writing and marketing, she develops content for the company’s website and social media channels as well as for client and colleague communications. Morgan graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Journalism from Suffolk University in Boston.

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