Job-search firm Indeed employs some 5,300 people worldwide — and executives say they want to hear from every member of the contingent.
In a panel discussion Wednesday night at the University of Connecticut’s downtown campus, four of the Stamford-based company’s HR executives outlined their organization’s efforts to engage employees. They said they are making progress on a number of initiatives to allow workers to effectively give and receive feedback.
“They want more consistent and constructive real-time feedback, and they want to know how they’re doing and how they can improve,” said Ruth Thomas, senior employee development specialist. “We are working towards creating a culture of continuous feedback.”