Why you’ll see ’employee experience’ in job titles this year

Professionals involved in staffing—including employment engagement and retention—increasingly are using the term in descriptions and titles. What does it mean, though?

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The rise of the employee experience is the next big topic in human resources.

Try this experiment. Go to LinkedIn and type in “employee experience” in the search bar. A recent searched revealed:

More and more HR professionals are changing their titles to include this new term, and it seems that senior HR leaders in reputable companies are leading the way. Here are several examples:

What is employee experience?

Employee experience is the sum of the perceptions employees have about their interactions with the organization in which they work. These perceptions drive how employees feel about their work and how much effort they put into their job. The employee experience determines how effective your company is at attracting, engaging and retaining workers.

Is ‘human resources’ outdated?

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