With the global impact of the ‘Great Resignation’, companies everywhere are looking for ways to build a better employee experience while creating a business strategy that creates a healthier bottom line and a healthier place for people to work.
And, according to the latest Forrester Consulting Total Economic Impact™ study of Workplace from Meta, organizations that use the platform are already one step ahead.
How? The study found that in three years, a composite organization based on interviewed customers achieved a 207% return on their investment that benefits both budgets and employees.
But what does that mean and how did they do it? Find out by downloading the full study.
Business is better when people are connected
So what’s the secret ingredient to their success? Well, factors like employee retention, great collaboration, frontline engagement and time and cost savings have a lot to do with it.
The 2022 Forrester Total Economic Impact Study of Workplace shows businesses are reaping multiple benefits including:
- 9.9% increase in employee retention
- 30 minutes per week saved in hybrid and remote worker collaboration 1 hour per week saved by frontline employees
- 5 hours per week saved by HR and communications professionals when creating and sharing internal content
Read the study to discover more details about how using Workplace is helping companies achieve these results and more.
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