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"Car rental business Enterprise Holdings has transformed its employee experience in a sustainable Headquarters."
The new facility and approach offers employees a blend of on-site and off-site settings that allow them to work where and when they are most effective.
Early results of research comparing worker performance have found agile workers to be more efficient, productive and effective than those working traditional patterns. However some personality type...
The report shows performance actually increases proportionately with the amount of flexibility. But it also notes that certain personality types find it harder to adapt, particularly those categorized as influencers. Also worth noting: 1) between 20% to 30% said agile work has a negative impact on teamwork, 2) depending on personality, between 14% and 37% care about flashy offices.
What do organizations have to gain from improving employee well-being and employee engagement
Their report uncovers some surprising mismatches between what employers and employees think creates stress. For example, employers rate "lack of work-life balance" as top stressor. Employees rank it as #5.
It also shows that highly engaged employees are far more receptive to their employer's wellness initiatives than those less engaged.
Deloitte wastes 2 million hours a year in performance reviews that may not work. Isn’t it about time we reinvented performance management?
In a public survey Deloitte conducted recently, more than half the executives questioned (58%) believe that their current performance management approach drives neither employee engagement nor high performance.
The article points out that Gallup's research based on over 1 million employees found that those people who feel they have the opportunity to do their best every day are 38% more productive and 50% less likely to leave.