Amy Stern, Managing Director of Research & Strategy, and Charlie Heidrick, Ph.D., Research Manager, share their latest research on employee engagement.Scroll Down
This year has brought about significant changes in the way people go to work each day. Some employees have worked tirelessly to provide essential services, often with reduced staff or in isolation from their family. Others have transitioned to doing their jobs entirely from home, faced for the first time with balancing work productivity and caregiving or homeschooling. Every situation is different, presenting a unique challenge for company leaders: How do you support, engage, and inspire employees in this new way of working?
In BI WORLDWIDE’s annual benchmark study on employee engagement, conducted in June 2020, we found that remote workers are just as committed to their organizations and working just as hard. But at the same time, they also report being less inspired.
Listen as Amy Stern, Managing Director of Research & Strategy, and Charlie Heidrick, Ph.D., Research Manager, share the results of this year’s study, including: