U.S. workers are more satisfied with their jobs than they have been in two decades, according to a new report from the non-profit research group, The Conference Board.
Not all aspects of work are were great, though. Respondents gave poor marks to their current job’s potential for future growth. As well, more than 60% are unhappy with their job’s recognition practices, performance review process and communication channels.
The lowest satisfaction ratings are with workers’ economic aspects. Specifically, people are least happy with their company’s bonus plan. That’s followed by their job’s promotion policy; performance review process; educational and job training programs; recognition and acknowledgement; and communication channels.
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