7 Key Stages of an Employee Journey Map

#1 Recruitment

The first time the candidate comes in contact with the organization is key to employee retention with the company's brand articulation a great way to make a lasting impression

           

#2 Onboarding

Organizations are investing in making the first day of work hyper-personalized and delightful for the employee, with a good onboarding experience leading to 2.6 times higher job satisfaction

           

#3 Engagement

Employee engagement is key to employee experience via regular meetings, team & company events, training sessions, employee surveys with a transparent and safe environment to voice their concerns and challenges

           

#4 Development

Training, development along with coaching and mentoring are considered important for employee experience, along with challenging projects and opportunities for internal mobility

           

#5 Rewards and recognition

Acknowledging an employee’s effort, performance and contribution via gifts, experiential rewards, personalized messages, time-off or sponsored vacations have a positive effect on employee morale

           

#6 Retention

Employee retention is critical, with some of the key retention means being compensation or salary revisions, growth opportunities, coaching and mentoring and increased flexibility at work

           

#7 Separation

Separation due to termination or resignation should be handled well as all interactions during the notice period have an impact on their decision to return as well as refer the company to their associates

           

To understand the various stages of an Employee Journey Map and how to create it along with its various benefits, read

7 Steps to creating a successful Employee Journey Map

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