CIPD Employee Outlook Survey: How Do Your Employees Feel?
The CIPD Employee Outlook survey gauges employee views on working life.
This Autumn, the survey revealed employees are most productive when they’re doing work they find interesting, they're able to use their initiative or when they are given a task which complements their skills.
Further to this, the study showed nearly a third or employees feel overqualified for their current role and feel it’s unlikely they will fulfil their career aspirations in their current organisation.
And with attitudes towards management worsening, it’s clear HR must take a lead to improve the outlook of employees in 2016.
But, how can they tackle these areas most effectively?
Join us for this People Management webinar, brought to you in association with Halogen Software and CIPD, to learn more.
This webinar will cover:
- What are the enablers and blockers of employee productivity?
- Best practice for improving role and skill alignment
- How to create opportunities for career growth
- Ways to boost job satisfaction, attitudes to senior leaders and job seeking intentions
About Claire McCartney
Claire joined the CIPD in 2008 as Adviser, Resourcing and Talent Planning. She is responsible for research exploring different aspects of effective talent management strategies and manages the Institute’s Resourcing and Talent Forum. She also co-manages CIPD’s Employee Outlook research.
Claire specialises in resourcing, talent management and diversity. She has also conducted research into meaning in the workplace and trust and has worked on a number of international projects. She is the author of several reports and articles and regularly presents at seminars and conferences. Prior to joining the CIPD, she was Principal Researcher at Roffey Park where she conducted research projects into a variety of topics including Roffey Park’s annual Management Agenda Survey, Work-Life Balance, Flexible Working, Employee Volunteering, Talent Management and Diversity. Claire has also worked with a range of clients on tailored research needs. Claire McCartney can be contacted via CIPD’s press office.