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28 Jun 2022

The next chapter of employee listening: How neuroscience can uncover what your employee data is failing to tell you

Nathalie Hyatt, Principal Strategic Benefits Consultant for Aon, speaks at the Employee Wellbeing Congress 2022.

This 20-minute video from the Employee Wellbeing Congress discusses the next chapter of employee listening: How neuroscience can uncover what your employee data is failing to tell you.

As the way we work, where we work and how we work continues to evolve, this is prompting employers to redefine the employee experience and reimagine what that looks like for their organisation. But how can you be sure that what your employees are telling you is what they truly feel? Is the employee experience you’re delivering the one your people truly need? Are you connecting individuals with the benefits they actually need? How emotionally connected are your people to your Wellbeing Strategy? 

Watch Natalie to find out how you can better understand what your workplace is really feeling and how tapping into employee emotions and behaviours will drive more effective engagement that supports future workforce planning and investment. 

  • Redefining the employee experience to make it relevant for today’s workforce expectations  
  • Is your employee insight data fit for purpose and are you really maximising your wellbeing spend?  
  • Applying neuroscience principles to better understand employee mindsets, emotions and behaviours  
  • Acting on employee data in a more measurable, quantifiable and accurate way to support future workforce planning and drive better wellbeing investment decisions. 

View all Employee Wellbeing Congress 2022 videos here

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