Gartner Research

The Advantages and Disadvantages of Employee Experience Teams

Published: 05 March 2019

ID: G00706858

Analyst(s): Human Resources Research Team


With an increasing focus on employee experience, many HR functions are considering creating dedicated teams and roles to improve the employee experience. Gartner research highlights both the potential advantages, as well as the potential disadvantages to be mindful of, for those organizations considering the creation of an employee experience team or adjusting the structure of an existing one.

Table Of Contents

Varied Impact of Employee Experience Teams

Potential Advantages of Employee Experience Teams

Potential Disadvantages of Employee Experience Teams


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