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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT POSITIVELY CORRELATES WITH WORKPLACE SATISFACTION


More than one-third of workers in 17 of the world’s most important economies are disengaged

Steelcase recently unveiled a new report on the global work experience. The Steelcase Global Report: Engagement and the Global Workplace finds that high workplace satisfaction positively correlates with high employee engagement and employees who have greater control over their work experiences, including abundant access to private spaces, are some of the most highly engaged in the world.

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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT POSITIVELY CORRELATES WITH WORKPLACE SATISFACTION (2)


More than one-third of workers in 17 of the world’s most important economies are disengaged

Steelcase recently unveiled a new report on the global work experience. The Steelcase Global Report: Engagement and the Global Workplace finds that high workplace satisfaction positively correlates with high employee engagement and employees who have greater control over their work experiences, including abundant access to private spaces, are some of the most highly engaged in the world.

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Pressure points of being a youth in the SA workplace

Last year’s Matriculants, who form part of the Millennial generation, represent a new way of thinking, working and interacting in the workplace. It is also becoming increasingly clear that they will face some tough challenges on the road ahead…and employers need to take these challenges into account.

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Pressure points of being a youth in the SA workplace (2)

Last year’s Matriculants, who form part of the Millennial generation, represent a new way of thinking, working and interacting in the workplace. It is also becoming increasingly clear that they will face some tough challenges on the road ahead…and employers need to take these challenges into account.

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IMPORTANCE OF EMPLOYEES FITTING IN YOUR ORGANISATION’S CULTURE


Hiring staff that purely fit the company culture is simply not enough, as an organisation is a dynamic entity.

Highly engaged employees are 87% less likely to leave their companies than their disengaged counterparts, according to research conducted by Officevibe, a Canadian based organisation which provides methods to measure employee satisfaction and tips. The research also found that companies with engaged employees typically experience 2.5 times more revenue than competitors with low engagement levels. These statistics show that creating a workforce that engages with its employees to ensure they are in sync with the organisational culture is becoming increasingly important, to not only retain staff but to ensure a healthy work environment.

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