Workplace Experience Manager’s Survival Guide

Workplace experience managers are now in high demand, blending design, technology, and culture, with a 300% increase in job opportunities over the past three years. The role is the perfect fit for problem-solvers who can navigate the evolving landscape of hybrid office work and want to improve the employee experience, which the vast majority of CEOs consider fundamental to their talent retention strategies. 

How can you help your organization survive and thrive as a workplace experience manager? Download our free guide for tips and product recommendations, including…

  1. Track workplace utilization the smart way. As companies reassess their real estate needs in the face of fluctuating in-person attendance, reporting on space utilization is a core responsibility for workplace experience managers.
  2. Build infrastructure that echoes employee appreciation. Creating offices that attract employees back to their desks means transcending the mere provisions of a working space—it’s about curating an environment that whispers, “You matter” as employees walk in and out of the door.
  3. Regularly solicit feedback on the employee experience. When introducing new amenities or services, the workplace experience manager needs to be on point to listen, observe, and tailor these offerings to the collective heartbeat of the workplace, not your own personal preferences.

We hope this guide gives you some ideas for how you can succeed in this important new role designing the modern work world.


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