According to a 2014 Gallup poll, only 31.5% of US workers were engaged in their jobs. What does it take to foster a great workplace? And why does it matter?
Employees want safe work environments, where they and their colleagues are treated fairly and with respect when it comes to hiring, promotions, and day-to-day activities. Below are the Components that Americans defined as important in measuring JUST worker treatment, and how we are measuring corporate performance for each of them. Click on the Components below to learn more.
Is it safe to go to work? According to our 2015 Survey, 97% of respondents felt that providing a safe work environment was important in measuring JUST worker treatment.
Are work hours reasonable? According to our 2015 Survey, over 88% of Americans believed that reasonable hours on the job was an important part measuring JUST worker treatment.
Does the company support professional development? 92% of Americans believed that employee education & training programs were important in measuring JUST worker treatment.
Does the company participate in discriminatory practices? 92% of Americans identified non-discriminatory hiring & promotion as important to measure JUST worker treatment.
Does the company treat workers fairly in situations such as layoffs or when employees file complaints? 83% of Americans believed that this Component was important to measuring JUST worker treatment.
Does the company foster a culture of respect and appreciation in its workforce? 78% or more of respondents selected topics related to workplace respect in defining JUST worker treatment.