Global employee satisfaction continues to
lag in 2011 Aon Hewitt
Nov 10, 2011 - Workforces worldwide are reaching their tipping point as
employee satisfaction, or engagement, continues to be sluggish and
remains at the lowest level since 2008, according to analysis recently
released by Aon Hewitt, the
global human resource consulting and outsourcing business of Aon Corporation (NYSE:AON).
At the end of the third quarter, Aon Hewitt analyzed its
Employee Engagement Database of more than 5,700 employers, representing
five million employees worldwide. The findings reveal an engagement
level of 56 percent thus far in 2011, which is the same as 2010, but
lower than 2009 (60 percent) and 2008 (57 percent). Traditionally,
engagement levels between 65 percent and 100 percent represent a high-performing culture;
45 percent to 65 percent indicate the workforce is indifferent to
organizational success or failure; and anything lower than 45 percent
represents a serious or destructive range.
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Source: "Global Employee Satisfaction Continues to lag in
2011, Says Aon Hewitt ", Aol Hewitt, November 10, 2011