How many of your employees are reading this at work right now?
Over a third of employees admitted they’re productive for less than 30 hours a week in a recent study we conducted with over 3,500 workers. Overall, low productivity is costing the US a staggering $450 – $550 billion a year.
The solution, our research found, lies in positive workforce experiences. 78% of employees said that this is important to them, something which jumps to 92% of younger generations.
Join Sage People’s Justin McWhorter on December 19 at 2pm EDT as he talks attendees through the several common themes from our research on what a great workforce experience means for employees, and how to really drive productivity as a result.
By the end of the webcast, attendees will:
For example, one vital aspect of creating great employee experiences was important to a whopping 81% of employees. Another was important to just 5% of workers – but it wasn’t what employers expected.
Two thirds of employees picked out another common thing that is practically free for companies to execute; and there was an overwhelming number of respondents whose answers said a lot about how seriously companies and HR or People teams take this.
A third of respondents saw their HR or People’s team role as creating positive experiences at work, so HR and People teams need to lead this cultural transformation in tailoring great workforce experiences for their people – whatever drives them.
Want to find out more about why your workforce isn’t working, and how you can build employee experiences that really drive productivity? Register to join our live webinar.
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