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Category Archives: Surveys and Statistics
Here is an excerpt from a Job satisfaction survey conducted by OPM reveals key satisfaction factors driving employee satisfaction. Job satisfaction is fast becoming a key indicator in how agencies measure whether or not they are an “employer of choice.” … Continue reading
Benefits as an Element of Job Satisfaction In 2009 and 2010, 60% of respondents cited benefits as a very important factor when ranking elements that contribute to their job satisfaction, according to the SHRM 2011 Employee Job Satisfaction Research Report. … Continue reading
RETIRING BOOMERS: In response to the question, “How would you characterize the attitude toward retirement of the baby boomers in your organization?” 2,500 HR executives said they weren’t sure (25 percent), or that such workers: Seem no more eager to … Continue reading
JOB SATISFACTION: When 3,187 employed executives with an average salary of $206,000 are asked if they are either satisfied or very satisfied with their job, these professions rate the highest: Marketing 76% HR 75% Finance 73% Business Development 71% Source: … Continue reading
In a survey of 1,600 workers of varying education and income levels, 74 percent of respondents said they expect to work after retirement, citing among their reasons: 93% to stay mentally active 86% for social interaction 73% to feel useful … Continue reading
According to a survey of 25,000 employees in 17 U.S.-based companies, 65 percent of workers said they do not receive enough information about their competitors while 39 percent said the information they receive is adequate enough to differentiate their company’s … Continue reading
Chart Your Course International completed the 2009 Job Satisfaction Survey in July. The survey focused on how people felt about their jobs and their working environment during the economic downturn. Respondents were asked 13 questions relating to job frustration, trust, … Continue reading