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Continuous Listening Part 1: Moving Beyond Point-in-Time Measurement


October 2019 | Research Report

Leading companies today are turning to continuous listening (CL), a strategy that aims to gather insights and feedback from the workforce across the employee life cycle on a frequent basis. This report explains the importance of making the switch to CL and the global trends driving organizations to do so. It also shares the common pitfalls of CL and introduces a common standard to help organizations create a sustainable listening program with impact.


AUTHORS

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Robin Erickson, PhD

Principal Researcher
The Conference Board

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Laura Stevens, PhD

Manager
Deloitte, Belgium

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Lou Salome-Cohen

Senior Consultant
Deloitte, Belgium

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Marion Devine

Senior Human Capital Researcher, Europe
The Conference Board

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Elien Leirman

Consultant
Deloitte, Belgium

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Amy Ye

Researcher, Human Capital
The Conference Board


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