According to the recently released 2019 Trends in Employee Recognition Survey, conducted by WorldatWork with underwriting support from Maritz Motivation, the number of companies who say they have no employee recognition policy, strategy, or philosophy increased to 19% in 2019 compared to 12% in 2015.
Did you stay up too late to watch Game of Thrones? Perhaps you simply stayed up late to finish a project for work. In either case, if you did and lost just a mere 16 minutes of sleep a new study suggests that the sleep deficit likely negatively impacted your job performance and quality of life.
According to a recently released survey by Welltok, a leading consumer health SaaS company, more than half of workers (56%) say the health and well-being programs offered by their employers are irrelevant, suggesting that current efforts by employers to enhance well-being among their staff may be misplaced.
Every two years the American Society of Employers (ASE) conducts a member satisfaction survey to help ASE staff assess and evaluate member satisfaction and how we can serve our members better. Following are summary results of our 2018 survey. We would like to thank all those who took the time to share their thoughts.
Are you a cube warrior? Eating lunch at your desk, or worse yet…skipping lunch all together? If you answered yes, your job satisfaction and engagement may be suffering.
As of January 2017, 52 health insurance providers reported 21.8 million HSA/HDHP enrollees, up from 20.2 million in 2016. This is according to a recently released survey from America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP) who also reported a 9.2% increase in enrollment in HSA/HDHP from 2016 to 2017 in an analysis of a constant sample of 45 health plans.
Every two years the American Society of Employers (ASE) conducts a member satisfaction survey to help ASE staff assess and evaluate member satisfaction and how we can serve our members better. Following are summary results of our 2016 survey. We would like to thank all those who took the time to share their thoughts.
A recent survey from Xerox HR Services suggests that employers have shifted their attention from controlling costs to rewarding top performers. In fact, data from their 2017 Compensation Planning Survey shows that 53% of participants reported that their highest priority in the coming year is to retain top talent.
A recent survey from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) suggests that employers may be curtailing their use of certain components of wellness programs. Specifically, their study showed that benefits like on-site flu shots, 24-hour nurse hot lines, health coaching and insurance-premium discounts for weight loss all have declined over the past year.
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