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Infographic: Ceridian Pulse of Talent Survey Results

PULSE Insights from the Ceridian U.S. Pulse of Talent Survey OF TALENT American workers ranging from Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y, were surveyed (August 2013) on their perceptions of job rewards and recognition, performance reviews, and career satisfaction. Here are some of the highlights: Job Rewards Survey says: the most important engagement driver is: 47% job rewards 42% 47% 42% job recognition 11% job motivation US employees want to receive non-monetary rewards and employers are starting to act 11% 64% would like to receive In the U.S., 60% of companies are currently offering non-monetary non-monetary rewards, especially rewards generation Y at 70% FRONT ROW CENTER Free personal days off Free food/meals Free Event tickets Communication & Expectations Communication between employer and employee, especially in regards to performance feedback is critical to ensuring job satisfaction and employee retention. 31%will job hunt if no salary increase, bonus or promotion following their performance review (48% for Gen Y) Only 59% had a formal meeting with their boss in 2012, in order to discuss about throughout the year their job performance. Only 47% receive regular feedback on job performance 88% prefer face-to-face meetings Only 25% of the respondents during performance reviews. Still #1! said that a career plan is (Boomers 93%) implemented in their company Motivation and Job Satisfaction Employers need to understand what makes a job worthwhile in order to ensure that their employees remain committed to their job and their overall career. Survey says: The main drivers of job motivation Interesting work 39% Autonomy 32% Good salary 31% 20 25 30 35 40 For Gen Y and Boomer respondents, interesting work is #1 For Gen X respondents, a good salary is #1 Most popular factors for making the job more rewarding: Opportunities to take on additional responsibilities Option to work flexible hours More training options and opportunities Gen Y ranked opportunity to take on more responsibility as #1; Gen X ranked flexible hours as #1 and Boomer ranked more training opportunities as #1 CERIDIAN Trusted Results. Transformative Technology. About the Survey The 2013 Ceridian US Pulse of Talent Survey was conducted by Harris Interactive in August 2013. The margin of error associated with the results is +/- 3.1%. To learn how to incorporate the findings from the Ceridian's pulse of talent into your organization please speak to a Ceridian representative. 1-800-729-7655

Infographic: Ceridian Pulse of Talent Survey Results

shared by cali06 on Dec 03
Below is an overview of our Pulse of Talent Survey results. This survey investigated how Baby Boomers, Generation X and Generation Y differ in what motivational tactics they prefer.




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