Baker Stuart’s Insight: The TINYpulse employee engagement report 2017 has some fascinating insights on workplace trends. Employees are feeling less connected to their peer network than ever before, and employee recognition is getting worse. One positive finding is that employers that have moved from annual reviews to more frequent ‘pulse’ performance reviews tend to have employees that feel more valued.
Intro: The 5 Workplace Trends You Can’t Ignore
Employee engagement is a complete enigma. Its intangible nature is difficult to define, which makes it even more difficult to pinpoint the factors that make up this complex concept. And a recent study noted that 48% of business leaders rank employee engagement as a very important priority for their organization. So how can leaders improve engagement if they donâ€™t even know where to start?
Fortunately, TINYpulse was in a unique position. With access to survey responses from employees at over 1,000 organizations worldwide, we were able to dig into the factors that are driving or destroying employee engagement.
After reviewing over a million anonymous employee responses, we discovered that organizational culture and peers play a vital role, while lack of recognition and professional development opportunities squander any progress made towards a positive work experience. In all, here are the six major trends impacting todayâ€™s […]