Baker Stuart’s Insight: Leesman’s new report, ‘The Workplace Experience Revolution’ looks at 401,362 global employees’ experiences of work. Findings show that only 52% of employees believe their workplace is somewhere they would be proud to bring visitors to, and just 57% of employees believe that their workplace positively contributes to a sense of community. So what’s behind these employee sentiments – and where should we target resources to address these areas?
Research from global employee experience think tank, Leesman , reveals a series of mission critical drivers organizations need to deliver if they are to foster outstanding workplace experience.
We are in the midst of a revolution, fueled by an elite group of brands that are resetting our value expectations. This societal swing is changing what we expect of the products, services and spaces we use—including our workplaces. This is the ‘experience revolution’, and our latest research at Leesman has revealed the components needed to respond to that shift.
The research report, ‘ The Workplace Experience Revolution ’, is the result of analysis across 401,362 global employees’ workplace experiences. Drawn from 3,100+ workplaces across 458 organizations in 90 countries, it is the largest global study of its kind ever undertaken. The unprecedented findings reveal a series of factors on which employee sentiment hinges and the elements behind what drive them […]