Businesses are struggling with mass employee burnout, turnover, and a mental and physical health crisis fueled by the state of the world. Many are turning to technologies to show employees they care. But tech without humans does little to support employees and further exacerbates these issues.
Tech can deliver care at scale, bring culture to life in remote workspaces and reach employees wherever they are. But, tech can’t provide true human interaction, continually outperform other apps and platforms, or be successful without reinforcement from leaders and managers in an organization.
So how do business leaders find the sweet spot that helps them show their employees that their business cares while humans pick up where the tech leaves off? Henry Albrecht, CEO of Limeade (an employee experience company) discusses how his company that built a business on sounding the alarm on employee care has found a greater purpose catalyzed by the pandemic.
Henry also compares EX technology’s benefits and how to deliver care at scale, and its limitation. I learn more about how companies can develop an experience that best supports their employees.
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