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Employee Q&A: Engineering

EMPLOYEE Q&A ENGINEERING Employee Engagement Benchmark Bulletin October 2019 GP STRATEGIES attiglobal Q: WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT TO YOU IN YOUR JOB? Engineering employees rated these factors in order of importance: 1. Being empowered to make decisions 2. Understanding what is required of them 3. Close team working 4. Support from their line manager 5. Flexibility in their role 6. Training to do their job well 7. Encouraged to take on new challenges 8. Clear direction in their tasks 9. Understanding the company goals Q. HOW WELL DOES YOUR EMPLOYER PROVIDE THOSE THINGS? 'Being encouraged to take on new challenges' was the lowest performing attribute. This factor has two key influences; The uptake of automated control systems, such as CNC, which reduces the need for manual inputs. Engineering workers are keen for employers to provide more opportunities to develop their skills and support career growth. Q. HOW SATISFIED ARE YOU IN YOUR CURRENT ROLE? According to our latest benchmark report, Employees in the Engineering sector received the third lowest overall satisfaction score out of 11 sectors, just ahead of Manufacturing. HOW ENGAGED ARE YOUR STAFF? Engineering workers don't care about your company goals, but they crave the power to make their own decisions. Our Employee Satisfaction Benchmark Survey reveals the engagement factors Engineering employees value the most. READ THE FULL REPORT AT TTI-GLOBAL-RESEARCH.CO.UK

Employee Q&A: Engineering

shared by TTiGlobalResearch on May 06
This infographic takes data from our Employee Engagement Benchmark report October 2019. It reveals what Engineering employees really want from their employers, and how to improve staff engagement in t...


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