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How We Outranked Industry Giants as Company With Brightest Future

How We Outranked Industry Giants as Company With Brightest Future

How We Outranked Industry Giants as Company With Brightest Future
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By Tamara Rosin

Everyone can agree that providing a great employee experience is essential for cultivating a dedicated workforce and fulfilling company goals. Business success is impossible without employee success.

There are many ways to become a great place to work. But there is one advantage that sets the WalkMe experience apart from its peers, and earned it a place on Comparably.com’s list of the top companies with the brightest futures.

WalkMe, ranked #37 out of the 50 top large businesses, placed higher than some of the biggest market giants, like Facebook, Apple, and Starbucks. To determine the list, Comparably.com assessed nearly 10 million ratings by employees of more than 50,000 companies.  

So, how does WalkMe generate such a favorable outlook among employees? The secret is the company vision.

When your company vision is unified with the employee experience, you win

The WalkMe vision does not only enable business success, but it is also one that employees can genuinely align with. employee experience

Today, employees’ experience using technology is inextricably tied to their overall experience at work. Everyone can attest — daily frustration attempting to navigate complex and confusing platforms creates stress and damages your experience.

WalkMe’s vision, goal, and technology are designed to create a superior digital experience by simplifying usability. It achieves this through contextual guidance, automation, real-time support, and learning in the flow of work.

By creating a solution that empowers employees to work smarter, with greater efficiency and minimal stress, WalkMe’s vision is one that every employee can get behind — and fosters a belief in a brighter future of work.

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Being “employee-obsessed” is the key to a brighter future

WalkMe’s leaders are obsessed with the employee experience. This obsession is what makes the company vision so authentic. Just as we want our customers to simplify the lives of their employees, WalkMe hopes to achieve the same inside company walls.

There are also concrete steps the company takes to ensure employees remain at the core.

One of these is collecting employee feedback about their experience, and actually doing something about it.

Keeping the employee experience at the center is a win-win

A rapidly growing company is a sign of a successful one. But growth means change and all of the obstacles that come with employee engagementit.

As the business evolves, we’ve opened more offices, transformed departments, and reorganized teams. But by keeping a constant pulse on how employees are feeling, WalkMe ensures improving the employee experience is an ongoing effort.

For example, at the end of 2018, WalkMe launched “EngageMe,” a survey powered by Culture Amp, to understand how employees perceive different aspects of the company.

Encouraging honest feedback, being transparent about the results, and creating new initiatives in response are all part of WalkMe’s commitment to empowering employees.

It’s this type of dedication that makes employees optimistic about the company’s future. When it’s clear to employees that their company is willing to invest in them, they will invest in the company and drive it’s vision clear into the future.

WalkMe’s Digital Adoption Platform (DAP) transforms the user experience in today’s overwhelming digital world. Using artificial intelligence, engagement, guidance, and automation, WalkMe’s transparent overlay assists users to complete tasks easily within any enterprise software, mobile application or website. Discover how a DAP can revolutionize your business.

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Tamara Rosin
Tamara’s unique perspective on the impact of digital trends on business strategy has elevated her voice to the leading edge of the digital transformation discussion. She is adept at untangling the complexities of organizational culture, its evolution, challenges, and needs in the digital era. Previously, Tamara served as managing editor for the leading national healthcare publication Becker’s Hospital Review.
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