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Are Your Employees Happy?

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According to Gartner[1], employees in 2023 want employers to be savvy in order to attract in-demand talent, prioritize employee mental health, and confront data ethics in new HR technology. Forbes[2] states that employees in 2023 also want businesses to develop processes for monitoring employee output and standards without being physically present. Additionally, Mike Russell[3] suggests that employees want a company that will provide them with more skills and competencies and a learning culture where the employer is taking an active role in preparing its employees. Qualtrics[4]states that employees in 2023 want companies to adopt a flexible, people-centric approach that keeps their wants and needs at the forefront of their HR strategy.

Would implementing all these things make employees happy? Yes, employees are happiest when they feel valued, recognized for their contributions, and have a sense of purpose in their work. According to a study by Achievers employees, who feel valued are 60% more likely to be engaged at work. This can be achieved through regular feedback, recognition programs, and opportunities for growth and development. A sense of purpose can be fostered by ensuring that employees understand how their work contributes to the success of the organization and that they have a clear understanding of the organization's mission and values.

Additionally, employees are happier when they have a positive work-life balance. This can be achieved by offering flexible work arrangements, such as remote work or flexible hours, and by promoting a culture of wellness and stress management. A study by CareerBuilder

found that employees who have a good work-life balance are 10% more likely to stay with their current employer.

Finally, employees are happiest when they have good relationships with their coworkers and managers. This can be fostered through team-building activities, open communication, and a positive work environment that promotes collaboration and inclusivity. As you can see hiring the right leadership talent that promotes a healthy, collaborative, and empathetic work environment is key. Reach out today to discuss your high priority requisitions. Our experienced thought leaders are always open to hearing about a new challenging opportunity.


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