Human Workplace Index

Workhuman’s HWI is a monthly online survey of 1,000 full-time U.S. workers conducted by Pollfish on behalf of Workhuman. Workhuman refers to the U.S. Census Data’s Percentage Distribution of Race and Hispanic Origin by Age for 2020 in determining the respondent breakdown by race and ethnicity.

  • Human Workplace Index – New Year, New Workplace Expectations

    Human Workplace Index – New Year, New Workplace Expectations

    The first Human Workplace Index of the new year looks at what workers are expecting from their employers in the future of work, as well as what will happen if employers don’t deliver.

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  • Human Workplace Index – Looking Back to Plan Ahead

    Human Workplace Index – Looking Back to Plan Ahead

    Our last analysis of 2021 looks at the trends and developments that have accumulated during the year and what employees are expecting from their employers in the year to come.

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  • Human Workplace Index – The Future of Employee Benefits

    Human Workplace Index – The Future of Employee Benefits

    This month’s Human Workplace Index looks at the benefits companies are offering and the benefits employees want. Believe it or not, those two things are not necessarily the same.

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  • Human Workplace Index: Getting Real With DE&I

    Human Workplace Index: Getting Real With DE&I

    How do employees feel about the DE&I efforts being made by their organizations? This iteration of the Human Workplace Index surveyed 1,000 full-time US workers to better understand just that.

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  • Human Workplace Index: The Power of Thanks

    Human Workplace Index: The Power of Thanks

    As we approach World Gratitude Day on Sept. 21, the Human Workplace Index aims to help employers better understand the power of appreciation and gratitude in the workplace.

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  • Introducing the Human Workplace Index: The Return-to-Work Rundown

    Introducing the Human Workplace Index: The Return-to-Work Rundown

    Here are our key takeaways from the first iteration of the Human Workplace Index, focused on how employees are feeling about the return to work.

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