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While most media coverage on the “future of work” is focused on AI taking our jobs and the looming skills gap, we know humans are very much at the heart of the future of work. Technology may take over the more menial tasks, but that’s opening up even more opportunities for companies to leverage the untapped creativity and innovation of their people.
The Workhuman® Analytics & Research Institute surveyed more than 3,500 full-time workers across the United States, Canada, Ireland, and the United Kingdom to get a glimpse at the future of work, as told from the perspectives of the humans in our organizations.
This survey report is designed for anyone invested in humanity at work – giving people leaders and executives practical insights to improve engagement, retention, recruitment, reward strategies, and performance management.
• Where the greatest flight risks are in your organization and how to keep those employees engaged
• The single most important perk across all ages and industries (hint: it’s not free food)
• How simple check-ins and career milestones can foster great emotional investment and employee loyalty
• New stats on the state of gender inequity and discrimination in the workplace
• The essential connection between workplace gratitude and belonging
Most Recent Flipbooks
Social Impact in the Human Workplace
From pay equity to performance and diversity and inclusion, HR and business leaders have an opportunity to be proactive on these issues – to put a stake in the ground for positive change.
4 Essentials of Effective Performance Development
Based on a new performance development study of organizations just like yours, the data highlights key trends such as team performance and equipping managers.
The Financial Impact of a Positive Employee Experience
Findings from the Workhuman Analytics & Research Institute and IBM Smarter Workforce Institute
Aberdeen Report: The Art of Appreciation: Top-Tier Employee Recognition
Recognition and appreciation aren’t just HR issues—they are business issues. Get the latest research on how technology-enabled social recognition can engage and retain your top talent.
Bringing More Humanity to Recognition, Performance, and Life at Work
The WorkHuman Research Institute 2017 Survey Report
Creating a More Human Workplace Where Employees and Business Thrive
Building a more human workplace is about more than just engaging employees—it’s about promoting people’s strengths, capabilities and functioning.
Employee Experience Around the Globe
Research from IBM and Workhuman shows the relative importance of six human workplace practices by countries in North America, the Middle East and Africa, South America, Asia Pacific, and Europe.
The Employee Experience Index
A new research study from IBM’s Smarter Workforce Institute and the Workhuman Analytics & Research Institute explores what it means to “work human.”
The Employee Experience of Financial Services Workers
Amid rampant consumer distrust and industry consolidation, how can financial service organizations drive a more positive and human experience for their employees?
The ROI of Recognition in Building a More Human Workplace
As organizations focus on connection, communication, and well-being, leaders need to know which practices are effective in transforming culture.
The Employee Experience of Healthcare Workers
This IBM and Workhuman report shows how human workplace practices like trust, co-worker relationships, recognition, and work-life balance impact the experience of healthcare workers.
2018 SHRM/Workhuman Employee Recognition Survey