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JUN-JUL 2018

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BELOW ARE JUST A TINY handful of HR statistics from 2017 to help employers think about the current state of the workplace. How do your human resources stack up? Anon- ymous employee surveys are a great way to fi nd out more about who your workers are and what they want. From Gallup's State of the • 51% of employees say they are actively looking for a new job or watching for openings. • Only 30% of employees strongly agree they have the ma- terials and equipment they need to do their work right. • Only 40% of employees strongly agree that their super- visor, or someone at work, seems to care about them as a person. From Jobvite's Job Seeker Nation Study • 45% of job seekers check their work email after hours every day—many at the request of their employers. • 25% of job seekers have a second source of income outside of the regular 9-to-5—mostly because they have to. From the Gallagher Benefits Strategy and Benchmarking Survey • 7% fewer employers in 2017 believe their health benefi ts are competitive compared to 2016. • While promoting health and wellbeing is an organizational priority for over two-thirds of employers, just 52% believe they have an effective wellbeing strategy. From EEOC's Select Taskforce on the Study of Harassment in the • Anywhere from 25-85% of women report having experi- enced sexual harassment in the workplace. Why the wide range? "Researchers have concluded that many individ- uals do not label certain forms of unwelcome sexually based behaviors—even if they view them as problematic or offensive—as sexual harassment." HR by the Numbers 96 barista magazine

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