5 Employee Data Points That Will Blow Your Mind

June 5, 2020 Jess Huckins

2-minute read

Any vendor can claim it reduces turnover and increases engagement. But Workhuman® is the only company that uses more than 50 million moments of human connection points – led by a team of data scientists – to actually demonstrate these KPIs. Companies around the world have used this data to uncover the reasons behind organizational issues such as voluntary turnover, low employee engagement, lack of cultural alignment, unconscious bias in the workplace, and high turnover rates.

Check out this infographic for five data points you won’t find anywhere else – not even in your HRIS. Interested in working with our data scientists to analyze your program data? Reach out to your customer representative to learn more today.  



6 New Stats for Employee Recognition Skeptics

Improving Employee Retention Is an Outcome, Not a Strategy

12 Points of Data: Selling Recognition to Senior Management

About the Author

Jess Huckins

Jess Huckins is a content producer at Workhuman. She produces the Keeping Work Human video series and writes white papers, checklists, video scripts, infographics, and other content, focusing primarily on the data fueled by gratitude and recognition. Jess lives in Salem, Mass., where she enjoys adventuring outdoors with her two border collies.

Follow on Twitter Follow on Linkedin More Content by Jess Huckins
Previous Article
[Video] Leeatt Rothschild: Building Social Impact Through Business
[Video] Leeatt Rothschild: Building Social Impact Through Business

Corporate gifting has been transformed into something even more meaningful by Packed with Purpose, a compan...

Next Article
Answering the Question, 'What Can I Do?'
Answering the Question, 'What Can I Do?'

Asking this question alone is important because it suggests you know what continues to happen to African Am...


Share our passion for making work more human... Subscribe to the blog today!

First Name
Last Name
Company Employee Size
Thank you!
Error - something went wrong!