Employee Experience & Engagement

To create a thriving, engaged workplace, leaders need insights to make informed decisions that drive the employee experience and empower teams to achieve their full potential.


The Problem

Hybrid and remote work, a hyperactive pace of change and generational shifts have led to a highly-dynamic, mobile workforce with high expectations. Collaboration tool sprawl, email and Slack overload, and poor meeting culture, all contribute to overtime, burnout, and an overall poor employee experience.

Driving employee experience starts with focusing on saving time

118,800 hours
saved per year by eliminating redundant meetings


in productivity with improved collaboration

220% better
Companies focused on employee well being outperform the S&P500

Addressing these fundamental issues requires a consolidated view of collaboration that enables data-driven decision making.

With Time is Ltd., you can track and report on the impact of organizational change initiatives with views contextualized by role. See how changes in physical offices, virtual environments, 3rd party tool sprawl, new communication policies, and org chart changes impact your employees.

Productive meeting culture
With insight on multitasking during meetings, percentage of meetings with an agenda, and much more; leaders have the insight needed to get their meeting culture right.
Meetings should add to the employee experience
Collaborating with your colleagues is not only necessary, but it should also add to the employee experience. However, too many meetings directly correlate with after-hours work and additional stress.
Working after hours
Working overtime can be harmful to employee wellbeing and should be kept to a minimum. These charts show the trend for working after working hours through time on available collaboration platforms and how teams differ in this respect.
Working after hours
Supervision in meetings and in email chains can sometimes be useful, but superior's or manager's presence can also make people feel not sufficiently empowered and/or micromanaged.
Decreasing size of internal network is a sign of disengagement
A solid internal network provides both professional support, and an emotional component to work. Employees should have a network that helps with internal processes, expectations, and general productivity and well being. Identify optimal network sizes, and get new hires up-to-speed faster and more effectively with Time. is Ltd.
Internal Network Size
How much time do new hires spend with their superior?
Manager time spent with new hires in 1:1 meetings in their first months can be a decisive factor in speeding up their onboarding. Network of new hires need to grow quickly for their ability to fulfill their tasks and objectives. Compare their engagement metrics with the long-term employees
Engagement of New Hires
1-1 Meeting Decline Rate
Declining a meeting invitation is one of the basic tools people have for protecting their limited time resources. But at the same time, if decline rate is too high, it can be a sign of poor planning of meetings as invited people may think that their attendance at some meetings is not necessary.
1-1 Meetings engagement
Working after hours
Internal Network Size
Engagement of New Hires
1-1 Meetings engagement

The Solution

With more internal insights, business leaders are able to make data-driven decisions that lead to better collaboration, happier employees, and successful, attractive companies. This all starts with focusing on employee well being and creating a company culture that thrives on efficient collaboration.

8 x
Employees who have a positive employee experience are 8x likely to stay

5 hours
Average time per day managers spend in meetings

25 %
of all emails are sent during meetings

This results in happier and more engaged employees that are empowered to take control of their experience.


A data-driven approach to understanding and improving employee experience onboarding, meeting culture, and email in your organization.

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