Cathleen Urdi

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Posted by Cathleen Urdi on Thu, August 5, 2021

The pandemic has caused many companies across all industries to stop and readjust. Everything from their business model to updating their customer value propositions. But what about the employees who are on the front lines of creating value for these customers? Properly aligning your employee value proposition (EVP) with what current and future workers want and need most is vital for attracting, motivating and retaining employees.

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Posted by Cathleen Urdi on Thu, May 20, 2021

Research and recommendations provided in our The Career Experience Continuum eBook explains that the career experience is more than career development. From the employee's perspective, it is an important indicator of their fulfillment throughout their journey with your organization.

When employers don't provide the experiences employees want most, employees disengage, under-produce and seek employment elsewhere. Take into consideration some of the suggested programs below that will represent a way to measure, influence and improve employee engagement over time, from pre-hire to retirement.

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Posted by Cathleen Urdi on Thu, April 1, 2021

If you’ve hired anyone recently, I am sure the onboarding process is a bit different from prior to the pandemic. This might sound familiar most paperwork was emailed ahead of time for the new employee to complete, introducing them to the team was probably done through an online meeting platform, and the building tour could have been a prerecorded video. 

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Posted by Cathleen Urdi on Thu, March 4, 2021

When 2020 first began, it brought out high hopes for many individuals. We were entering a new decade, which people assumed meant good things were in store. In a matter of three months, things changed and changed dramatically. At the beginning of the pandemic, businesses and organizations had to adapt their processes, structures and strategies rather quickly. For many, it was about whether they could survive through what was going on. If they did, would they ever be able to go back to normal? 

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