Professional services firm Aon Puerto Rico will host “Redefining the Employee Work Experience” workshop for the first time on the island, the company announced.
The activity seeks to guide
employers to understand the importance of defining, creating and implementing
an experience for the employee that allows them to express their “Employee
The EVP is the
“agreement” or “psychological contract” between an employee
and their employer. It expresses the experience that the employee can expect
from his employer beyond the terms of his employment and salary contract.
The employer’s EVP includes
opportunities for development, employees’ experience in the company’s culture,
their relationship with managers and leaders, and their liking for the work
The event is slated for Jan. 22 at
the Society for Human Resource Management headquarters at the Capital Center
Building in Guaynabo. The talk is free of charge and interested parties should register.
The workshop will be led by
experts in the field who will provide advice to employers so they can
successfully develop and implement a job value proposal, said Rosa M.
Hernández, communications consultant for Aon Puerto Rico.
“For companies in Puerto
Rico, having a clearly defined EVP helps the employee to value their place of
employment during these difficult times where we see that salary increases are
not common,” said Teryluz Andreu, leader of Culture and Commitment initiatives
for Aon North America
“Defining the employment
experience through a robust EVP helps differentiate employers when attracting,
retaining and motivating their talent. Studies indicate that an effective EVP
maintains 29 percent of its new employees committed to the organization,” said