Employee Survey Research Flash
Employees frustrated with employers over lack of feedback.
Employees are showing signs of frustration toward employers that could undermine corporations as the job market starts to recover:
26 percent of employees were not satisfied with the way they were managed;
17 percent felt their employer undervalued them; and
32 percent would likely not spend the rest of their career with their present company.
There is a huge disconnect between what employees believe they are doing right and how they are recognized for their contributions. Fully 72 percent of employees said they believe their company knows they are doing a good job, yet 33 percent do not feel they are given feedback on how their work contributes to the success of the organization.
Another indicator of employee disillusionment is their lack of confidence in the company they work for as a whole. Thirty-five percent of surveyed employees revealed that they would not invest their own money with their present company.
HR Associations and Organizations
SHRM Online - Society for Human Resource Management
National Human Resources Association
HumRRO | Human Resources Research Organization
American Society for Training and Development
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