- Which key social indicators have dropped off this year
- Specific negative shifts in employee sentiment
- An assessment of the varying social factors that impact how we work together
Going Backwards: Workplace Culture in 2023In the last year, social and economic factors, such as layoffs and budget constraints, have shifted the focus from employee experience and diversity to profitability and shareholder value. This has resulted in a stark, negative shift in employee sentiments regarding the issues that most impact workplace culture and the employee experience.
Over 20 million employee sentiment data points from 366,000 employees to provide insights into key Workplace Social Indicators™ that impact company culture.
A Data-Driven Approach to Winning the War for Talent During the Great ResignationThe takeaway message here is clear. Respect, authenticity and belonging, and confidence in career development opportunities are all impacted by workplace bias. Furthermore, sexual harassment is strongly linked to bias, belonging, and confidence in career development opportunities.
- Joan C. Williams, Director of the Center for WorkLife Law
Emtrain’s diagnostic approach enables workplace ethics, respect, and diversity leaders to identify issues, change behaviors, and solve problems. Emtrain’s training embeds dialogue-based research tools within the learner experience with the clear goal: isolate issues around ethics, respect, and inclusion. We then evaluate how they each weave into the social fabric of your workplace, ultimately empowering you to build strong teams, bettering executive culture, and facilitate a healthy workplace and culture.
Learn how Emtrain’s workplace culture platform can take a quick pulse of your company culture and provide you with valuable insights to diagnose issues and improve employee retention, productivity, and diversity.