I have been writing about the Maintaining the Experience Dash for a couple weeks now– you know, the time the dash represents on your resume or professional profile – the life of the employee between the hire date and the date the employee leaves the organization. It is a valid
For the last several years, we have been talking and writing and writing and talking about The Beloved Candidate Experience. I appreciate the talk and I certainly care. But I think it’s time. It is time to start a movement which addresses what it happening to the employee and why there seems to no longer be employment loyalty. But I want it different kind of talk and different kind of writing… the fact of the matter is that we are STILL writing and talking about an issue which has changed very little – all the talk has produced little value and a barely noticeable difference. I know we care, but do we care enough…
So in addressing The Employee Experience, I want action – not just words. It this industry and the technologies which support ready to put their money where their words are? It will be an interesting year in HR and we need – we require change. Let’s not just use our words but use our mind and our ability to influence by deed to follow through on a vision, on a promise.
Rayanne Thorn, @ray_anne, is a Strategy and Marketing Executive in the HR Technology space. She is also a proud mother of four, residing in Laguna Beach, California, and the first regular contributor for Blogging4Jobs. Connect with Rayanne.