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In a recent study, 69% of respondents said they would work harder if they were better recognized, and 49% said they would leave their current job for a company that clearly recognized employees.
This post is part of The Future of Work, a series exploring the changing nature of work through articles, interactive media, and social discussion. There is a silent assumption in corporate America that employees left to their own devices will abuse their social networking privileges. But is it true? Pew Internet recently analyzed the social-emotional aspect [...]
It turns out that when employees feel happy at work, they are more engaged, more productive, and even more innovative at work. An infographic.
The Surprising Truth About What Really Affects Our Productivity at Work Wasted time at work is a frustrating, costly issue for both employers and employees. But it’s not an insurmountable problem. It turns out much of the blame can be traced back to a single source. And it’s not social media, which often gets blamed. Instead, the culprit [...]
“Disengagement” may sound like just another corporate buzzword, but it’s a serious problem in today’s workforce. More than half of U.S. employees report feeling disengaged from their jobs. And with these downtrodden denizens costing the U.S. economy $300 Billion annually in lost productivity, it turns out that an engaged workforce might just be the ultimate [...]