Amid the great resignation, perks and pay are no longer enough according to United Minds and KRC Research – Campaign Middle East

While competitive pay and generous perks are key to employee satisfaction and retention, a new global study by Weber Shandwick management consultancy United Minds and KRC Research reveals that the ability to make a meaningful contribution to the job is just as important. Dubbed The Contribution Effect, the study reveals that while employees want to retain the agency and flexibility they gained during the pandemic, feeling appreciated and motivated for their contributions are two of the top three predictors of retention and satisfaction today (the top predictor being working in a positive environment).

“Given our collective new ‘workplace normal’, we set out to assess the key driver

To continue reading this article you need to be registered with Campaign. Registration is free and only takes a minute. Register Now or sign in below if you already have an account.

Comments

Spread the love

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.