Summary of 2016 Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement

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Published in 2016 by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), this survey reports on a demographically representative sample of 600 full- and part-time employees of American organizations. SHRM is the world’s largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries. This survey focuses on employees’ feelings about their work and gauges how groups of employees compare in job satisfaction, workplace relationships and other metrics. The report’s insights into employee preferences offer relevant information for developing performance-improvement initiatives and improving recruitment and retention.  getAbstract recommends SHRM’s insights into employee preferences to HR professionals as well as to personnel new to HR who want to learn about current trends. 

In this book, you will learn

  • What the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) reports in its 2016 Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement survey,
  • What job satisfaction and engagement factors employees consider most important, and
  • What HR professionals and other managers need to understand about their workforce and about millennials in particular.
 

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