Employee Appreciation Part 3: Happiness at Work

As revealed in a recent blog post, job satisfaction is key to staff loyalty. Employers with high rates of employee dissatisfaction experience five times the level of employee turnover compared to companies with happier employees.

The motivation behind what creates happiness in the workplace was explored in the 2016 Workplace Index Survey. To get a better understanding of it, we asked Canadian workers and managers:

 What can your employer do to improve your happiness?

Responses varied, but we’ve narrowed it down here to the top five.

Top 5 Ways to Improve Happiness at Work

Increased Salary
67% of people said that getting a salary increase would make them happier at work.

Improved Morale
53% of employees noted that an improvement in workplace morale would help increase their overall happiness.

Recognition for Accomplishments
48% said that being recognized for their hard work would make a significant difference.

Feeling heard
42% noted that feeling heard in the workplace is important to their level of happiness.

Provide more flexibility
35% of employees said that having more flexibility at work (such as flexible working hours, telecommuting, etc.) would make them happier.

This concludes our three-part series on Employee Appreciation. You can click here to read Part 1 and Part 2. Explore the infographic below that contains a summary of details from the Employee Appreciation blog post series.

We’d love to know, what makes you happy at work? Comment below or tweet us at @StaplesBusAdv.

employeeappreciationdayinfographic

 

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