A new survey found that global anxiety has eroded employee engagement gains in recent years. The significant increases of employee engagement in 2016 have been partially erased. Populist movements like those seen in the United Kingdom, the United States, and those taking hold in parts of Continental Europe have made discussions about erecting borders and walls more common. If realized, these moves will restrict the flow of labor between countries and change the economic rules of the game. Thus, anxiety is permeating the workplace.
To understand a bit more about the state of engagement among workers at companies operating in the United States, we looked to an annual report by Quantum Workforce—an Omaha-based provider of workforce engagement software and intel. The survey includes feedback from more than a half-million employees from 8,700-plus companies in the U.S.
Employee happiness goes beyond compensation. Our workforce survey on employee engagement reveals that today, the workforce wants to be inspired by their leadership, valued for their contributions and aligned with company objectives.
The Social Quarterly is a series of presentations by Econsultancy, which curate the latest trends, developments and statistics in social media. The reports focus on distilling the most recent data and trends, aiming to provide a guide to what's happening now in social media and what you should be keeping an eye on.
This year’s report, produced in partnership with business intelligence specialists Winmark, canvassed the views of 126 senior HR professionals across Asia, Mainland Europe and the UK, building upon 2015’s insights from 75 HR Directors and non-executive directors in order to examine the future of the HR function, and the HR profession’s potential to redefine its role at a more strategic level. The 2017 report provides additional insight into social trends; technology and innovation; macro-economic and political trends; benefits; HR priorities; regional differences; and steps to operate more effectively.
With telecommuting, flexible schedules and our increasingly wired (and wireless) world, the boundaries in and outside the workplace have become increasingly blurred - and employee demands are growing. This study reveals that employees are looking for workplaces that not only provide benefits, but also allow them to bring their passion for social and environmental issues with them.
37% of Alabama workers are engaged at work, the highest in the country. West Virginia has the highest percentage of actively disengaged workers in the US. A recent study found that states with more actively disengaged workers have higher unemployment rates.
Workforce engagement isn't getting any better, and employees are actively searching for new jobs. Check out the numbers from Gallup.
This research examines 43 aspects of job satisfaction and 37 factors directly related to employee engagement. Among the topics explored are career development, relationships with management, compensation and benefits, work environment, engagement opinions, engagement behaviors, and conditions for engagement.
Just four in 10 employees are highly engaged, so there is room for improvement. Regardless of employee age, base pay is the reason most frequently cited by employees for joining or leaving an organization. 41% of employees cite job security as a key reason to join an organization.
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A new study indicated that employee engagement figures have dipped last year in the American workforce. With more employees feeling disconnected with their jobs and management, how will employers react?
Millennials are quickly becoming the largest portion of the workforce around the world, and many of them didn't have the same apprehension about leaving their jobs that older generations had. But after a turbulent 2016, millennials are more willing to stay in the security of the jobs they have, according to the Deloitte Millennial Survey.
With 73 million American millennials entering the workforce, how do they differ in values and culture from preceding generations, and how does that affect the workplace? Understand everything that matters most to the U.S. economy as it pertains to America's largest ― and least understood ― generation. Discover what millennials want and what that means for the future of your organization.
Changes in technology, generational values, and workplace culture is molding the workplace alongside the global marketplace. Here's how Human Resources looks as a result of these changes in 2017. Understand everything that matters most about the changes in the modern workforce. Gallup's in-depth analytics help leaders optimize their attraction, retention, engagement and performance strategies during a time of extraordinary change.