Many organisations globally are feeling unequipped to deliver a clear employee experience strategy in the workplace, according to new Kincentric study.

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As many as 79% of organisations believe that a positive employee experience has business impact, but only 28% feel equipped to deliver a clear strategy.

 

SINGAPORE – Media
OutReach
 – 11 February 2020 – As the global war for talent
continues, creating and delivering a great employee experience in the workplace
has become a key area of interest for business leaders globally, with eight out
of 10 (79%) believing it has business impact — yet less than a third (28%) are
feeling equipped to deliver this strategy, according to a new study by
Kincentric, a Spencer Stuart company.

 

Based on responses from over 1,300 HR
professionals across 43 countries, Kincentric’s
2019 Global Employee eXperience (eX) Report
assesses how organisations are
taking steps to understand and improve their employees’ experience across the
employee lifecycle.

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Findings suggest that as interest outpaces readiness,
we can expect more and more companies will be getting serious about investing
time and energy to improve their employee experience. More than 90% of organisations
say it’s important, and just under half (44%) of respondents are currently
working on improving the experience across key stages in the employee
lifecycle, but they will need to close gaps in strategy, measurement and
delivery to realise the experience they want to create.

 

Meanwhile, the extraordinary organisations
(28%) that lead by example are taking an agile approach to strategy,
measurement and delivery of the employee experience, to design one that aligns
to their business needs. Findings on these extraordinary organisations
revealed:

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  • As many as 84%
    have identified the employee segments and experiences that matter most to their
    business strategy
  • Over two
    thirds (67%) clarify their hypotheses, decision and actions before jumping into
    measurement
  • The key to
    success is to develop an experience strategy that focuses on business, behaviours
    and change readiness
  • Nearly three
    quarters (74%) are clear on the HR governance, roles and decisions to support
    the organisation in delivering the desired experience
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Ken Oehler, Senior Partner and Leader of
Kincentric’s Global Culture and Engagement Practice, says “It’s time for organisations
globally to get serious about their employee experience strategy.
High-performing cultures come from highly engaged employees having meaningful
experiences throughout the employee lifecycle.”

 

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“Employee experience is all about how culture
and engagement come to life in moments that matter to both the organisation and
employees — the ups, downs and transitions, and how these moments inspire,
improve and connect. Getting too many of these moments wrong destroys
value through loss of productivity, turnover and poor customer
delivery. Getting many of these moments right ignites change and
unlocks the power of people and teams,” he added. 

About Kincentric’s 2019 Global Employee Experience Report

The
Kincentric 2019 Global Employee Experience study was based on data collected
from over 1,300 HR professionals across 43 countries representing over 23
million employees, with an aim to assess how organisations around the world are
taking steps to understand and improve their employees’ experience across the
employee lifecycle.


About Kincentric

Kincentric,
a Spencer Stuart company, approaches human capital differently — we help you
identify what drives your people, so they can drive your business. Formerly a
part of Aon, our decades of expertise in culture and engagement, leadership
assessment and development, and HR and talent advisory services enable us to
help organisations change from the inside. And our global network of
colleagues, our proven insights and our intuitive technologies give us new ways
to help organisations unlock the power of people and teams — fostering change
and accelerating success. For more information, please visit: www.kincentric.com

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Next Meats, Purveyor of the World’s First Plant-based Yakiniku Meats, Is Now in Singapore

The Tokyo-based startup makes its debut in the alt-protein hotspot of Singapore

 

  • Next Meats has collaborated with Aburi-EN to deliver two new meal sets
  • Made with soybean proteins, the Kalbi contains no chemical additives or animal ingredients


SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 14 April 2021 - Next Meats, a purveyor of the world's first plant-based yakiniku meats, is making its debut in the alternative protein hotspot, Singapore! The Japanese alternative meat company has collaborated this time with popular Japanese restaurant Aburi-EN, which will offer two types of set meals using the NEXT Kalbi (boneless short rib) for the very first time. Made largely from soy proteins, the NEXT Kalbi contains double the amount of protein and half the fats than that of regular meat and even more, it does not contain any chemical additives or cholesterol due to its lack of animal ingredients. Now, Singaporeans can enjoy yakiniku without the guilt!


Many organisations globally are feeling unequipped to deliver a clear employee experience strategy in the workplace, according to new Kincentric study. - Brand Spur

From left to right: Premium Kalbi Don Set and Stamina Teishouku Set

The two new menus available at Aburi-EN are the Kalbi Don Set (S$13.80) and the Stamina Teishoku (S$15.80) — which are available for a limited time only. Next Meats has specifically chosen to work with Aburi-EN as they are a Japanese grilled-meat specialist. The two menus are the culmination of many months of research and development, and they will also be Aburi-EN's first-ever plant-based dishes.


Many organisations globally are feeling unequipped to deliver a clear employee experience strategy in the workplace, according to new Kincentric study. - Brand Spur

For the Kalbi Don Set, Next Meat's Kalbi is grilled and served atop a bowl of fragrant Japanese steamed rice. Equally indulgent, the Stamina Teishoku features the Kalbi stir-fried with cabbage along with egg imported from Okinawa. The meat is then served with fragrant Japanese steamed rice, salad, pickles and miso soup. For both dishes, the meats are glazed with a special homemade sauce that packs an irresistible umami punch.

Both the Kalbi Don Set and Stamina Teishoku will be available at all Aburi-EN stores from April to July 2021.

An advocate of sustainable food production and better food security

The NEXT Kalbi is one of Next Meats' innovative offerings, which includes other plant-based delicacies such as the NEXT burger and NEXT gyudon (beef bowl). The company champions the importance of saving the planet and humanity through reducing the emission of greenhouse gases (which is produced from meat consumption and animal agriculture) and utilizing biotechnology to combat protein deficiency.

Through extensive research and development, Next Meats has culminated the knowhow on using molecular binding to mould vegetable proteins from powder. Buoyed by state-of-the-art, proprietary technologies, the company has successfully created vegan substitutes that replicate the texture of real meat.

About Next Meats

Hailing from Tokyo, Next Meats is a food-tech venture company that specialises in the research and development of Japanese-style alternative meat products. Its journey of product development began in 2017, and the company was officially established in 2020. Its portfolio of products includes plant-based burger patties, gyudon and yakiniku meats.

Social Media for Next Meats

Facebook: /nextmeats.singapore

Instagram: @nextmeats_singapore

Hashtags: #nextmeats #nextmeats_sg #japaneseplantbased


About Aburi-EN

Aburi-EN is Singapore's leading Japanese Grill restaurant chain, best known for delicious high quality grilled donburi bowls. Signature dishes include the Premium Buta Don with grilled chestnut-fed pork, Wagyu Karubi Don, and the Wagyu Stamina Don, made using A4/A5 Miyazaki Wagyu, which has won Japan's "National Wagyu Award" for 3 consecutive years, among many others. The homemade sauces give the meats and dishes an extra umami-ness. Aburi-EN is also known for affordable highballs and Japanese sours, which pair perfectly with the Aburi dishes.

Social Media for Aburi-EN

Facebook: /aburiensg

Instagram: @aburien.sg

Hashtags: #aburiensg #aburiendonburi #aburienjapanesegrill

Outlets

- Isetan Scotts:

350 Orchard Rd, #01-K1 Shaw House, Singapore 238868

- Causeway Point

1 Woodlands Square, #02-09B Causeway Point, Singapore 738099

- Jem

50 Jurong Gateway Rd, #01-04 Jem, Singapore 608549

- Vivo City

1 Harbourfront Walk, #01-159/160 VivoCity, Singapore 098585

- Novena Square

238 Thomson Rd, #01-89/90, Singapore 307683

- Guoco Tower

1 Wallich St, #B2 - 09, Singapore 078884

- Orchard Central

181 Orchard Central, Central, #01-16 Orchard, 238896

- Suntec City

3 Temasek Blvd, #B1-121 Suntec City Mall, Singapore 038983

- Nex

23 Serangoon Central, #01-63/64/65 Nex, Singapore 556083

Operating Hours

11am – 10pm, Daily

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