Holistically reimagining your employee experience
Creating an impactful employee experience is about seeing the bigger picture of what employees need to be productive, engaged, and successful—and how your culture can support this vision.
Read our latest report on improving the employee experience.
What we do
Putting your people at the center
What do employees want and need? And, how can organizations motivate employees no matter what the future of work looks like?
At Eagle Hill, we apply human-centered design to get to the root of your employees’ needs, wants, and challenges. That helps you boost employee morale and build inclusive experiences that go further in making your people feel energized and empowered, which in turn drives exceptional business results.
We partner with you to hone your organizational culture, with a focus on keeping employees engaged and committed to achieving your mission.
We meet you where you are in your workplace diversity and inclusion journey and help develop a plan to drive lasting DEI change across your organization.
With targeted, holistic strategies, we help organizations create and implement programs to combat employee burnout, support employee health and well-being, and drive organizational productivity.
We work with you to create employee engagement programs that bring out the best in employees and empower them to deliver results more effectively.
Employee experience in 4 dimensions
Our research has shown that an impactful, holistic employee experience takes into account how employees think and feel about the Interpersonal, Occupational, Physical and Technological dimensions that surround them. It also recognizes how company culture guides and reinforces the behaviors, interactions, and norms of the organization.
Employee experience insights
Our latest research & thinking
Keep your finger on the pulse of employee experience and organizational culture trends impacting your industry with actionable insights based on our proprietary research.
Burnout and turnover are higher in the government workforce than the private sector, creating a serious issue for governments as worker shortages continue. Agencies must take steps to address burnout and attrition to keep employees on the job.
In the Great Resignation, great retention is more important than ever—yet only 12% of workers thought their employer onboarded well. Our survey of new hires uncovers how to improve virtual and hybrid onboarding to meet employees’ needs.
Most employees are worried about Omicron’s impact on their work and their return to the office. Our research reveals what employers can do to protect the health and safety of their people—and help put their minds at ease.
Want to improve the employee experience? Tighten the gap between action and impact in diversity and inclusion
Our research finds workplace diversity and inclusion initiatives don't go far enough to improve the employee experience.
As companies shift to hybrid work, how can they help employees navigate another change—and address work burnout and reentry anxiety? Our new research shows how to alleviate work exhaustion while helping teams feel connected and engaged.
Our new research has revealed how employee experience drives customer experience. By understanding the trends influencing the employee experience today, discover ways to facilitate an exceptional employee experience.
Our research finds that the relationship between the employee experience and customer service may be the most important, yet overlooked, piece in the customer experience puzzle.
Employee experience is a fundamental component to improve new technology change ROI, and ultimately, business ROI.
Employee experience case studies
Unconventional consulting leads to unbelievable results
State & local government: Infographic
To improve the diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) climate at a prominent research university, we conducted a survey to assess the current state and develop a roadmap for targeting the focus areas most important to students, faculty, and staff.
A large nonprofit saw core values as the key to staying competitive in the future—but the new values weren’t taking hold with employees. We created a plan to bring their desired culture off the pages of HR strategy and into day-to-day work life.
Federal government: Narrative
When the number one grant-making organization in the government faced sustainability concerns, we brought employees at all levels together for collaborative solutions to increase engagement, strengthen culture, and improve retention.
Federal government: Narrative
One agency needed to raise employee awareness of available support services. By working with them to craft an effective 5-year strategic plan for ongoing improvement, we helped get them on the path to a healthier workforce.