Digital employee experience (DEX) survey: 2018/2019 results (free)

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Find out the ‘state of the nation’ for digital employee experience (DEX), with these results from a global survey conducted in late 2018.

Description

Digital employee experience is a relatively new concept, but one that’s quickly finding fertile ground in many organisations. As the fast movers and early adopters start exploring the space, the challenge is to assess the maturity of practices around the globe.

In late 2018, Step Two conducted the first global survey on digital employee experience.

The focus of this study was to answer these fundamental questions:

  • What is digital employee experience?
  • Is DEX considered important?
  • Who is leading DEX initiatives within organisations?
  • What are the business drivers and challenges?
  • What are organisations doing about DEX and related areas?

To learn what the ‘state of the nation’ is for DEX, download this free DEX Survey whitepaper.

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