UK Employee Experience Awards
The world of work is undergoing radical change and with it, the focus shifts to new and better ways of maximising people potential!
The UK Employee Experience Awards is a pioneer awards programme which aims to recognise and reward great employment initiatives and develop the theme of employee experience.
Awards International was the first organisation to coin the term employee experience. The same organisation launched the UK Customer Experience Awards in 2010.
If there is value in thinking about the customer experience, then surely there is also thinking in terms of the employee experience. If journey mapping is relevant to customers, then it is also relevant to employees too. If getting the journey right based on the value proposition is also right for customers, then the same thinking can be applied to employees.
The awards will explore this way of thinking about employment and will develop an understanding of employee experience through the case studies which will be produced following the event. An e-book with lessons from the employee experience awards will be available free to finalists, following the awards finals.
The awards are judged by panels of independent business men and women. The scoring methodology and criteria have been endorsed by Cranfield School of Management and are available for all to see. Finalists receive judges’ evaluation feedback reports with both scores and written feedback approx. two weeks after the awards finals.