An Aon Hewitt analysis found that employees’ satisfaction with their work experience dropped by 28 percent in 2014, as perceptions of available resources and programs meant to enhance performance and growth declined. The global figures also revealed that employee engagement has remained flat, at around 62 percent, and engagement across the world’s 20 largest economies and labor pools remained flat at 61 percent. The study also found that about half of the global population is dissatisfied with key engagement drivers, such as reputation, pay, employee value proposition and innovation. Perception of career opportunities, which Aon Hewitt identifies as the top engagement driver, dropped 3 percent in 2014 from the year before.
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