There is evidence that employees and employers are aligning on more areas at work. A new Workforce Experience Gap study shows that closer alignment was found in areas such as job training, pay rates, schedule flexibility, and employee recognition.

"Understanding your employees' needs and addressing them in a way that supports business requirements will result in a more productive and motivated workforce and will help retain and recruit top talent across all levels and job roles," says Mike Morini, CEO of WorkForce Software. "Organizations that continue to work towards closing the experience gap will benefit immensely. A company's greatest asset is the employees, so ensuring you are on the same page as they are and working towards a common goal is extremely important in today's competitive market."

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