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DNA of Engagement 2018: Moments That Matter throughout the Employee Life Cycle


February 2018 | Research Report

Employee value propositions (EVPs) are psychological contracts derived from explicit employment statements and company actions, and the implicit assumptions and observations that employees make over time. Personalized and dynamic EVPs can help companies achieve high rates of recruitment, retention, and engagement. But to craft effective EVPs, companies must understand what employees want from their jobs and how their personal needs change over time. Critical moments—planned and unplanned—in the employee life cycle substantially affect daily work experience, and each generation (Millennial, Generation X, and Baby Boomer) faces unique moments. Employing a multi-method approach, The Engagement Institute™ identifies highly effective strategies to develop compelling EVPs across generations.


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Rebecca L. Ray, PhD

Executive Vice President, Human Capital
The Conference Board

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Patrick Hyland, PhD

Director of Research & Development
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David A. Dye, PhD

Program Director, Employee Engagement & Experience Council, and Employee Engagement & Experience Summit.
The Conference Board

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Ricardo Aparicio, PhD

Program Director, Employee Engagement & Experience Council
The Conference Board

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Anthony Caputo

Partner, The Engagement Institute™

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Amanda Popiela

Researcher, Human Capital
The Conference Board

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Amy Ye

Researcher, Human Capital
The Conference Board


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Rebecca L. Ray, PhD

Executive Vice President, Human Capital

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Amanda Popiela

Researcher, Human Capital

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Amy Ye

Researcher, Human Capital

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Robin Erickson, PhD

Principal Researcher, Human Capital

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