Salesforce, Google, Atlassian. It’s no accident that some of the World’s most successful companies with the highest revenues, are also voted amongst the top places to work at employee review sites.
It is a trend for many C-level business leaders today to spend time designing sophisticated Customer Experience programmes and innovations. But what about their Employee Experience initiatives?
Analysing traditional HR and retention metrics within HR departments is all well and good, but why aren't these metrics being matched back to the subsequent effects on Customer Experience metrics? Factors like high churn rates, poor engagement and employee burnout, have a direct impact on customers.
Ultimately, there is no formula for optimal customer satisfaction. But efforts to improve Customer Experience should be of equal importance for companies today as Employee Experience - because they are directly correlated. This discussion explains why Business leaders should be balancing both EX and CX for successful Customer Service in 2020
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