While the majority of workers say it’s where they’re most productive, Americans have a love/hate relationship with their office, with 70% working more than 40 hours a week and suffering from burnout.
This complicated relationship and what it means for workers and employers, is just one of the key takeaways from the second Staples Business Advantage Workplace Index, a comprehensive report on workplace trends and productivity in the work environment.
Based on a survey of thousands of workers and managers across the US, the Staples Business Advantage Workplace Index reveals that while workers are under a tremendous amount of stress, employers can help by creating a workplace culture that’s inspiring, productive and healthy. “This study shows that there is a tremendous opportunity for organizations to focus on and design employee experiences where employees truly want to show up,” says Jacob Morgan, best-selling author of The Future of Work, Futurist, and Co-founder of the Future of Work Community.
The Workplace Index benchmarks numerous workplace trends such as worker satisfaction and productivity while also providing insights on what employers can do to make employees feel more positive about their workplace.
Among the findings included in the full report:
Download the full Staples Business Advantage Workplace Index report now to get a comprehensive view of workplace trends as well as a list of recommendations for increasing workplace motivation, productivity and loyalty.
Last year, the Workplace Index found that workers were burned out and overworked. What did the Index uncover this year? The things that inspire workers and the opportunities your company can take to boost morale might surprise you. Read the blog.