50K passionate “Employee Experience” champs across the globe!

The number is impressive, right? There are around 50K profiles on LinkedIn that have “Employee Experience” mentioned on their profiles. Not just that, there are about 27,90,000 results on Google for this term. So what is this all about? Is this important? Do we really need this?

The right question would be – Do employees need this? I am sure that most of the employees would agree to this. There are many blogs, articles, papers that have various definitions around “Employee Experience”. Let’s not get into making this complicated, Employee Experience is a journey and not a sprint race. This is the most popular image that you will come across when you think about Employee Experience.

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Although it may mean different to difference people, but the main objective is to make the journey meaningful during your stay in the company and even after you have left the organization.

Here is a list of top 10 countries who have these passionate folks that are working towards enhancing your employee experience: Is your country in this list 🙂

a) Australia – 2145

b) Finland : 560

c) Sweden : 240

d) India : 2558

e) Germany : 420

f) US : 25642

g) Canada : 4855

h) UK : 3476

i) Norway, Czech  : 50 & 81 respectively

One more interesting stats that came around this search is the years of experience and years in current position. This is a good sign that employee experience is a serious business. 

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Now that you have some data in hand, would be great to know your views around this topic “Employee Experience”. Do you think this trend is here to stay? How can we as professionals work towards making this a meaningful experience for the employees?

Regards

Rambling Recruiter

About ramblingrecruiter

A student of Social Media, Social Hiring, Employer Branding and Employee Branding.

Posted on January 9, 2019, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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