What is an employee experience platform?
Today’s work environment requires new tools for your organization to thrive. Employee experience platforms (EXPs), such as Microsoft Viva, help people and teams reach their potential with communications, knowledge, learning, resources, and insights.
Introduction to EXPs
The people-powered workplace
Empower people and teams by creating a new kind of workplace centered around employee experiences.
Winning the talent war
Josh Bersin reveals the critical employee experience (EX) factors in attracting and retaining talent.
Assess your EX practices
Determine the strength of your organization’s EX practices and how to improve them.
The future of work is here
Read the latest Microsoft WorkLab information on hybrid work, including trends, news, and research.
Set workers up for success
Find out how great EX companies are increasing employee engagement and bettering business outcomes.3
Knowledge management opportunities
Discover how tech solutions can transform knowledge management from content centered to human focused.
Transition to hybrid work
Old Mutual is improving its hybrid work environment with the help of Microsoft Viva Insights.
Improve EX through data
Humana uses Viva Insights to improve the employee experience.
Balance work and wellbeing
Unilever uses insights from Microsoft Viva to improve resilience, focus, and prioritization.
Genpact is creating new community-building opportunities for remote and hybrid work inspired by EX data.
Ready to get started with an EXP?
Microsoft Viva is an employee experience platform, helping you create an environment that puts people first, to drive better business results.
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