How to create a next generation employee experience

Hosted by Applaud Co-Founders

Ivan Harding | Applaud Co-Founder and CEO Duncan Casemore | Applaud Co-Founder and CTO

With over 30 years’ combined experience in the HR tech industry, Ivan and Duncan have seen how employee experience has evolved and how technology is playing an increasing role in shaping this experience.

Date31 March 2020
Time9am (EST) / 2pm (BST)

Employee expectations have risen, but does your workplace experience match up?

Employees turn into consumers the second they step out of the office. This is a fact that many businesses tend to ignore. At home, consumers enjoy frictionless technology experiences where they can shop, order a cab or watch a movie at the touch of a button. This is their reference point when they come to work, and log-on to old, outdated, clunky systems.


You can deliver consumer-grade experiences at work that rival what your employees enjoy at home, if you have the right infrastructure in place.


In this webinar you will see the employee technology experience of the future. Consumer-grade, HR technology alive in your world of work that supports your overarching employee experience strategy.

The webinar will cover:

  • What makes a good employee experience
  • How to transform employee experience leveraging your current and future HR technology systems
  • Contrasting employee and user experience
  • Introduction to the Applaud user experience platform
  • Live platform demo

Watch the recording

Why is creating a good employee experience off and online so important?


Of employees cited poor in-job experience as their reason for leaving their last role



When you lose an employee within the first year, it costs you 3 times their annual salary to recruit, hire and train someone else 


The number of US workers that say they are engaged as an employee.

Most HR leaders already know how important employee experience is but are struggling to find the right platform to create a consistently high online and offline experience.

As a result, employees are leaving due to a poor experience, characterised by:

  • Poor internal communication
  • Outdated technology
  • Slow systems / programs