Get ready for the future of work

Evaluating your Employee Experience

Our service and toolkit will help you to navigate the future of remote and hybrid workplaces.

A year of firsts, with big implications.

In 2020, many organisations have been forced to support remote and distributed work for the first time. As barriers are removed and preferences and needs of workforces change, organisations are are asking some big questions.  

  • In 2021 and beyond, where do our staff work?
  • When and how do staff come together, and why? 
  • What do our workplaces look like?
  • How can we keep track of the unique needs of each of our staff?
  • What policies, technologies and practices need to change to better support people working in remote or distributed teams?

To answer these questions, organisations need new tools to understand their staff, and support designing their future of work.

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We have the tools to help.


Future of Work Audit

The audit will help you to understand the makeup of your workforce, the drivers for what they’re experiencing and why this matters to your organisation.

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Future of Work Index

The index will give you trackable EX benchmarks for trust, team cohesion and job satisfaction. This data can be used as a baseline for future pulse checks and monitoring.

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Global Baseline

For each country of interest we can help you to compare experiences, highlight policy strengths and weaknesses and highlight competitive advantages.

Understand your staff

Based on frameworks developed through our global study into the experience of working remotely our tool helps your organisation to:

Bring clarity to complexity

By measuring the factors influencing effectiveness and wellbeing of employees, to surface common challenges and needs felt across all levels of your organisation.

Direct action

By using global, national and industry baselines for remote working employee experience, to help prioritise investments and interventions at individual, team and organisational levels.

Measure Effectiveness

By regularly assessing progress using our evaluation framework, to understand if and why strategies are working to improve employee experience at your organisation.

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