In today’s competitive employee environment, workers are demanding intuitive, responsive solutions that contribute to a more engaged work experience.

In 10 years, we’ve gone from a world with no apps to one filled with smartphones, tablets, and wearables. Modern workers now expect the same technical flexibility and convenience in their professional lives as in their personal lives. Giving employees convenient access anytime, anywhere to key processes like benefits enrollment, direct deposit, timesheet submission, and vacation requests allows them the flexibility to complete interactions as they become relevant, rather than having to wait for access at the office.

The Rise of the Responsive Employee Experience White Paper

Responsive design makes web pages and browser-based applications as easy as possible to navigate, no matter what type of device is being used. How important is a responsive employee experience?

  • Workers at technology laggard organisations are 450 percent more likely to want to leave than workers at tech leaders
  • 57 percent of users won’t recommend a business with a poorly designed website on mobile
  • 64 percent of global consumers claim that their mobile devices make them more productive at work

This white paper examines how having an HCM platform that’s built based on responsive design principles ensures that organisations can meet the expectations of the modern workforce around ease of use, availability, and transparency—and empower employees to be more productive. It also discusses the three key priorities to consider when implementing a responsive employee experience, including simplifying and streamlining tasks, empowering employees, and keeping the employee experience unified.

Download this white paper to learn more about how responsive design and a responsive employee experience can benefit your organisation.

“Connected, engaging HCM technology empowers HR to orchestrate rich employee experiences and share data and analytics that measure the impact on business objectives, as well as identify needed action for continual improvement.”

Alexandra Levit
Business/Workplace Author, Speaker, Consultant, and Futurist
Workforce Institute Advisory Board