“State of the American Workplace
Understand everything that matters most about the changes in the modern workforce. Gallup’s in-depth analytics help leaders optimize their attraction, retention, engagement and performance strategies during a time of extraordinary change.
Today, the old ways of running a workplace — annual reviews, forced rankings, outdated competencies — don’t get the intended results. Leaders must gain scientific insight into employees’ evolving wants and needs and learn how to build an exceptional workplace.
State of the American Workplace delivers unprecedented analytics and advice on the changing workplace, using data collected from more than 195,600 U.S. employees via the Gallup Panel and Gallup Daily tracking in 2015 and 2016, more than 31 million respondents through Gallup’s Q12Client Database, and insight from advising leading Fortune 1000 companies. This iteration builds upon the last State of the American Workplace report, released in 2013.
State of the American Workplace helps leaders like you:
- design and deliver a compelling and authentic employer brand
- take employee engagement from a survey to a cultural pillar that improves performance
- approach performance management in ways that motivate employees
- offer benefits and perks that influence attraction and retention
- enable people to work successfully from locations besides the office
- construct office environments that honor privacy while encouraging collaboration
- improve clarity and communication for employees who work on multiple teams
About Gallup’s State of the Workplace Initiative
Gallup’s State of the Workplace Initiative aims to change workplaces positively for economic and human development by providing leaders and organizations with analytics, advice and science-based solutions that reflect the attitudes and behaviors of employees and their workplaces in over 140 countries.
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