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The employee experience and moments that matter

EX Conversations – Asia Pacific

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By Hamish Deery and Yukiko Yoshita | December 18, 2020

In this first video in our EX Conversations series, Hamish Deery and Yukiko Yoshita discuss why the employee experience is so important, and what high-performing employers do well.
EX Conversations: The employee experience and moments that matter

It’s more important than ever to have a strong employee experience to drive connection, support development and inspire performance. In this video, our experts share their thoughts on the impact of the pandemic on employee experience and how employers in Asia Pacific have responded.

Hamish and Yukiko also discuss the key factors for getting the employee experience right, and why it is so important.

There’s a very strong business rationale for having a high-performance employee experience.”

Hamish Deery,
Regional Leader, Talent, Asia & Australasia

Organisations that do exceptionally well in the four key areas of the employee experience – Purpose, People, Work, and Total Rewards – report higher profitability, revenue growth and return on equity than their peers.

We consider the employee experience to be one of the guiding constructs for human capital and a decisive measure of success.


Watch the video above and follow our EX Conversations series to hear more.

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Regional leader, Talent, Asia & Australasia,
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Director, Talent Management & Organisational Development, Japan

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