Infographic: Workplace Deal Breakers

Geography: United States Research Source: Bamboo HR Date: July 2014 Summary: This infographic highlights the reasons why employees leave their jobs, which genders are fired most often, which age groups are most dissatisfied with their salaries, and the situations that annoy employees.

Most U.S. Employees Plan A Career Change In 2015

Geography: United States Research Source: Right Management —Date: December 2014 —Findings: 80% of U.S. employees are actively seeking a new job position in 2015. 5% intend to remain in their current position. Recommendations: This report should push company management and owners to try and retain the talent in their offices to the best of their abilities. With so few employees desiring […]

Engaged Employees Lead To Increased Sales

Geography: United States Research Source: Gallup —Date: December 2014 —Findings: 63% of employees do not feel engaged at work. 57% of socially engaged companies are likely to attract top talent. 58% more likely to attract ideal candidates. 27% of employees at socially engaged companies are more likely to feel optimistic about the company’s future. 20% are more inspired […]

U.S. Increasingly Satisfied With Job Mobility

Geography: United States Research Source: Gallup —Date: January 2015 —Findings: 60% of U.S. citizens are satisfied with their job mobility in 2015 year as opposed to 54% in 2014. 67% are dissatisfied with the distribution of wealth and income in the U.S. 31% are dissatisfied with both mobility and distribution. 24% are satisfied with both mobility and distribution. Recommendations: […]

Salary Transparency In High Demand By HR

Geography: United States Research Source: Challenger, Gray & Christmas Inc. —Date: December 2014 —Findings: 55% of HR Executives want salary transparency. 13% believe employees should know exactly how much everyone at the company earns. 42% want a policy that provides information on salary ranges for departments and job categories. 39% were opposed to viewing the salaries of others. […]

Why HR Needs To Improve Onboarding Programs

Geography: United States Research Source: Impact Instruction Group —Date: July 2013 —Findings: 33% of individuals employed at a job for under 6 months have already begun the job searching process again.  33% of executives who join external organizations fall below expectations in the first 2 years. Companies turn over 60% of their entire talent base within 4 years. […]

Majority Of Company Executives Not Concerned With Loyalty

Geography: Global Research Source: Oxford Economics and SAP —Date: December 2014 —Findings: 41% of executives believe that loyalty is an important factor of talent strategy. 37% of executives plan for succession and continuity in key roles. 43% fill senior roles from within the company. Recommendations: The majority of company executives consider their employees to be temporary rather than concern […]

Infographic: How To Engage Millennial Leaders

Geography: United States Research Source: Virtuali Date: January 2015 Summary: This infographic highlights how companies are reluctance to invest in leadership development for Millennials and how that has created low engagement and attrition.

Age Is Still Important When It Comes To Direct Reports

—Geography: United States —Research Source: Addison Group —Date: October 2014 —Findings: —70% of workers prefer to oversee someone younger than themselves. —76% of millennials are hesitant to manage a colleague who is older than they are. —Millennials (82%), compared to older generations (57%) are more eager to become managers. —Recommendations: —Despite the changing demographics in […]

Mentoring Has A Direct Impact On Employee Productivity

—Geography: United States —Research Source: Millennial Branding & American Express —Date: September 2013 —Findings: —53% of employees said that a mentoring relationship would help them become a better and more productive contributor to their company. —42% of employees aid that a mentoring relationship  would help them be more confident and 41% said they would become […]