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Using the Employee Lifecycle as your Roadmap for Employee Engagement

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Often times, employee engagement initiatives are managed from many areas within Human Resources or Corporate Communications. These efforts can be fragmented in their approach resulting in decreased relevancy and adoption. Using the employee lifecycle provides framework to these efforts so that organizations can ensure their employee engagement initiatives effectively balance the needs of the business against the needs of employees. Using the lifecycle in your employee engagement approach allows you to define the needs of employees based on each lifecycle area and identify opportunities for engagement based adaptability, relevancy, sustainability and execution. This framework was developed and designed by Elizabeth Lupfer of The Social Workplace (@socialworkplace) in July 2014 and was formally presented at the Talent Management Association's Employee Engagement conference.

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Using the Employee Lifecycle as your Roadmap for Employee Engagement

  1. 1. S O CIALTECHNOLOG IE S S O C IALTECHNOLOGIES LOWENGAGEM EN T H I G H E N G AG EM ENT VARIABLEENGAGEMENT ATTRACTION RECRUITMENTONBOARDING DEVELOPMENT RETENTIONSEPARATION HIRE INSPIRE ADMIRE RETIRE EMPLOYEE LIFECYCLE USING THE AS YOUR ROADMAP TO EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT A social workplace considers employee behavior to create a truly collaborative and engaged social experience. Remember your ARSE: Adaptability Relevancy Sustainability Execution Brand Management Employee Champions Talent Communities Employee Referrals Work Partners Gamification Onboarding Job Aid Wikis Learning Communities Collaboration Boards Innovation Platforms Rave and Recognition Walls Public / Private Acknowledgement Feedback and Surveys Alumni Communities Reunions Thank you for your great work I might want to come back We support & recognize you I matter to my company You’re good at your job and you’re getting better I’m learning, growing, being successful and making a difference We are a great company! What a great company! We like you. Especially you They like me. I’m special! Welcome. Here’s how to fit in. They are happy to have me Created by Elizabeth Lupfer | http://www.thesocialworkplace.com | @socialworkplace | July 2014 Where Collaboration and Community Mean Productivity