How Employee Experience Has Changed for 2021

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The onset of COVID-19 led to unprecedented workplace disruptions in 2020. As organizations prepare for what’s ahead, leaders are finding themselves at a crossroads. The path your organization chooses impacts how it will approach employee care going forward — which path will you choose?

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In his new eBook, How Employee Experience Has Changed for 2021, author and employee engagement expert Jason Lauritsen guides you along the path to improving employee care by:

  • Identifying the disruptions that forever changed the employee experience
  • Offering best practices for improving your employee experience in 2021 and beyond


About Jason Lauritsen

Jason Lauritsen is a keynote speaker, author, and leadership trainer who will challenge you to think differently. He is an employee engagement and performance management expert who passionately believes that work can and should be a fulfilling experience for every employee.


He is the founder and lead instructor of the Employee Performance Academy. Jason uses a blend of research, practical experience, and storytelling to empower managers to have a more positive impact on their people. As both a former corporate executive and entrepreneur, Jason has always been dedicated to creating organizations that are good for both people and profits.


Jason also led the research team for Quantum Workplace’s Best Places to Work program for three years. There, he studied the employee experience at thousands of companies to understand what the best workplaces in the world do differently than the rest to engage their employees.


Jason is the author of two books, Unlocking High Performance: How to use performance management to engage and empower employees to reach their full potential and Social Gravity: Harnessing the Natural Laws of Relationships.


Connect with Jason at www.JasonLauritsen.com or by email to jason@jasonlauritsen.com.


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