Harnessing Workforce Potential

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At a time when organizations across the world are looking to uplift performance, Hay Group's new research shows that they are failing to harness the full potential of their workforce. Engagement levels across the world have stagnated, employee loyalty and commitment have fallen, and companies have been unable to support and inspire their workforce to deliver their best.

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Harnessing Workforce Potential

  1. 1. Harnessing workforce potential:engagement and enablementAt a time when organizations across the world are looking to uplift performance, Hay Groups new research shows that they are failing to harness the fullpotential of their workforce. Engagement levels across the world have stagnated, employee loyalty and commitment have fallen, and companies have beenunable to support and inspire their workforce to deliver their best.To drive productivity, companies across the world must understand the role they have to play in ensuring high levels of engagement, and remove the barrierswhich are holding their employees, and their organizations back.Key findings Just two-thirds of worldwide employees are engaged 5 Company loyalty hits five-year low More than 40 per cent of workforce intends to leave within five yearsWorldwide engagementEngagement is the result organizations achieve when they stimulate employees enthusiasm for their work and direct it toward organizational success. So howengaged are employees across the world? And how is this changing year on year? RISING STAGNATING FALLING 63% 69% EUROPE 63% NORTH AMERICA 64%MIDDLE ASIA EAST 63% 73% SOUTH PACIFIC AMERICA 66% GLOBAL This map outlines the latest findings (2011) from Hay Groups comprehensive database, and is supplemented with analysis of the data trends over five years.Worldwide commitmentBy Hay Groups definition, when employees are proud to work for the organization, would recommend it as a place to work and express an intention to stay,they are committed. Are employees in your region thinking about moving on? This map outlines employees loyalty. RISING STAGNATING FALLING 58% 62% EUROPE 50% NORTH AMERICA 52% MIDDLE ASIA EAST 45% 58% PACIFIC SOUTH AMERICA 57% GLOBAL This map outlines the latest findings (2011) from Hay Groups comprehensive database, and is supplemented with analysis of the data trends over five years.Worldwide enablementEmployees are enabled when jobs and work environments support them to channel their enthusiasm into productive action. As an organization, are youdoing your bit to ensure that your employees have the tools they need to excel? RISING STAGNATING FALLING 64% 68% EUROPE 66% NORTH AMERICA 64%MIDDLE ASIA EAST 65% 69% SOUTH PACIFIC AMERICA 66% GLOBAL This map outlines the latest findings (2011) from Hay Groups comprehensive database, and is supplemented with analysis of the data trends over five years. www.atrium.haygroup.com

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