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We think of ourselves as perpetual learners - constantly thinking of ways in which we can make work a better place. And this is where we put everything we've unearthed and learnt. We hope you will learn and grow with us, and hopefully, also teach us a thing or two!

Why Employee Experience is the cornerstone of effective employer branding

Why Employee Experience is the cornerstone of effective employer branding

Soumya Samuel

These days, with the war for talent getting fiercer, organizations are trying hard to achieve a competitive advantage. HR teams are tasked with building an innovative and compelling employer brand. ‍But is your employer brand the same as your employee experience? Or, if different, are they mutually exclusive? 

Four key employee needs your Employee Experience strategy must focus on

Four key employee needs your Employee Experience strategy must focus on

Soumya Samuel

An employee’s experience with an organization is a very personal one. It is intermeshed with their own needs and expectations and is impacted by multiple external and internal factors. Here are four key aspects that HR needs to think about when designing a holistic EX.

Is it time to move beyond ‘Moments that Matter’ in Employee Experience?

Is it time to move beyond ‘Moments that Matter’ in Employee Experience?

Tydy Content Team

Moments that Matter served its purpose at a time when people leaders needed to start somewhere and didn’t have access to technology and data to drive a holistic employee experience.‍ Not anymore.‍ In 2022, there are several reasons to conclude that Moments that Matter may not be enough anymore.‍

10 things to remember while creating an employee onboarding plan for a hybrid workplace

10 things to remember while creating an employee onboarding plan for a hybrid workplace

Soumya Samuel

A beautifully crafted and executed employee onboarding process can make your employees feel welcome. At the same time, it is an unmissable opportunity to make a good first impression. Based on what our customers tell us, here are some of the most important things you should remember to do.

Everything you need to know about Tydy Journeys

Everything you need to know about Tydy Journeys

Tydy Content Team

Tydy Journeys put employees in the driver’s seat of any journey they want to take within the organization - onboarding, transition, growth, wellbeing, offboarding. It gives them all the navigational tools, guidelines and visibility they need to reach their destination with ease. Without anyone else’s constant nudge or support. 

How to design a consumer-grade Employee Experience: An in-depth guide

How to design a consumer-grade Employee Experience: An in-depth guide

Tydy Content Team

Remember the last time you stopped purchasing from a brand because you did not feel valued as a customer? Don’t make your employees feel the same way. Design your Employee Experience with these time-tested Consumer Experience guidelines.

Webinar: The Future of EX and Employee Data

Webinar: The Future of EX and Employee Data

Tydy Content Team

As the world transforms around us, becoming more connected, digital, disruptive, and flexible every day, the way we think about business and Employee Experience is changing rapidly too. For example, what we measured as employee experience ten years ago versus what we measure right now is actually very different.

HR Talk with 'Non-HR Folk': CX Lessons for EX

HR Talk with 'Non-HR Folk': CX Lessons for EX

Amrusha Chati

One thing every HR leader we speak to agrees on is that to create a great Employee Experience, everyone in the organization has to work together. Making sure your employees are happy and well taken care of so that they can be their best, most creative, and productive selves at work, is no longer just an HR problem.

Cognitive load: The bane of Employee Experience and how to overcome it

Cognitive load: The bane of Employee Experience and how to overcome it

Debkanya Dhar

"Cognitive load" can be defined as the amount of information that working memory can hold at one time. If your working memory gets more information than it can handle comfortably, that information doesn’t make it any further. This leads to learning loss, confusion, frustration, and in some cases, utter disengagement and bad decision making.