The Science of Employee Experience

Employee experience has taken center stage during the pandemic. Join the Limeade Institute for the latest research on the factors that impact experience and how you can influence them.

This webinar will take place on:
18 May, 2021
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM EST

The Limeade Institute focuses on the science of the employee experience, but in this webinar, you’ll also learn how the employee experience is quite like an art. Specifically, the employee experience can be a lot like music – it evokes emotions, it has an overarching feeling, it can create a beautiful harmony, or it can be a disjointed jumble of notes. There’s no time like the present for us to learn truly how important the employee experience is.

Join Laura Hamill, Chief Science Officer at the Limeade Institute, to learn how science and art finally come together in the workplace. We’ll cover how small experiences make a huge impact on your workforce, why the employee experience abounds far beyond the “old-school” employee lifecycle, the crucial part that well-being plays in a successful employee experience at your organization and many more new insights from the Limeade Institute’s latest research.

Key takeaways: 

  • How to demonstrate care to create a more positive employee experience
  • The ways in which employee experience is much more than employee lifecycle
  • How emotions are critical to employee experience.


Laura Hamill
Chief Science Officer

Laura Hamill is the Chief People Officer and Chief Science Officer at Limeade. As the leader of the Limeade People Team, Laura is focused on nurturing the company’s award-winning culture of improvement, while keeping a pulse on the latest employee experience trends. And as the founder and Chief Science Officer of the Limeade Institute, she drives groundbreaking research in people practices and architecting employee engagement strategies for Limeade and its 100+ enterprise customers. Laura earned her Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Old Dominion University. 


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