74% OF EMPLOYEES BACK IN AN OFFICE SAY THEY ARE HAPPY DESPITE REPORTS OF RELUCTANCE
Our friends at the Staffing Industry Analysts share a positive report of working, from the office.
Despite reports of workers’ reluctance to return to the office, a majority of employees who did so report they are happy, according to a survey by talent engagement platform Beamery.
The survey found that 74% of employees who have returned to the office say they are happy. Beamery’s survey included 7,504 respondents from the UK, US and Australia. All respondents worked from the office on either a full-time or hybrid basis.
Beamery’s survey also found that employees are less confident when it comes to finding a new job. It found 69% are confident in being able to find a new job, down from the 77% in a previous survey. Still, 57% said they would look for new roles at other companies even if a recession hits.
The survey also asked employees who either left their job in the past 12 months, or at least considered leaving their job, what their top reason was for doing so. It found that 32% cited they sought better pay, 26% reported no salary increases at their present employer and 25% cited poor management.
Beamery’s survey took place from June 1 through June 10 and was conducted by Atomik Research.
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