Edenred & Ipsos barometer 2012 - Well-being at work and employee motivation in Europe

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Renowned for its leadership in the field of employee benefits, Edenred is also determined to be seen to be at the forefront in developments to enhance their impact and change the behaviour of businesses across Europe in a drive to improve performance and engagement of employees at all levels.

Every year since 2007, Ipsos conducted a survey of a large sample of 4,000 French workers. Its aim was to monitor their motivation levels, the state of their relationship with work and their well-being in the workplace. In 2012, this barometer research was extended to cover five more European countries – Belgium, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.

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Edenred & Ipsos barometer 2012 - Well-being at work and employee motivation in Europe

  1. 1. Edenred IPSOS BarometerWell-being at work and employee motivation in Europe 2012 edition
  2. 2. • Online survey undertaken from 1 to 17 February 2012• Representative samples of employees in Europe (18 years and older, excluding craftsmen, merchants, freelancers and farmers)• 4,000 employees from France and 300 from each of the following 5 countries: Spain, Italy, Belgium, Germany, UK• Results adjusted to ensure the statistical representativeness of the samplesNote:– for France, a larger sample and a longer background and questionnaire than for other European countries more detailed results– when the sum of the percentages does not equal 100%, it corresponds to dont know / no response 1
  3. 3. A barometer undertaken whenthe morale of European consumers is on the decline Confidence indicator - Source Eurostat Election of N. Sarkozy Debt crisis Election of J. Cameron Lehman bankruptcy Germany Spain France Italy UK Edenred/IPSOS Barometer Belgium Confidence levels still clearly negative, except in Germany
  4. 4. Unemployment ratesin the main European countries Netherlands 4,9 In (%) Germany 5,5 Belgium 7,2 Sweden 7,5 Denmark 7,8 UK 8,4 Italy 8,9 EU-27 9,9 France 9,9 Spain 22,9 Source: Eurostat (Dec. 2011)
  5. 5. Stable levels of satisfaction with work situations compared to 2008– except in Germany (up) and Italy (down) Are you satisfied with your work situation in general? (%) FR DE BE UK SP IT
  6. 6. "Quality of life at work":Northern Europe higher than average vs. Southern Europe If you had to rate your "quality of life at work" on a scale from 1 to 10, what score would you choose? FR DE BE UK SP IT
  7. 7. French, Spanish and Italian employees are the most concerned about the future You feel confident about the future You feel confident about your of your company/administration professional future in your company/administration Definitely Mostly Mostly not Not at all Dont know France 12 44 28 13 France 10 43 29 14Germany 32 48 13 5 Germany 21 49 18 6 UK 27 46 17 6 UK 16 52 20 9Belgium 27 47 20 4 Belgium 17 48 21 10 Spain 12 49 31 6 Spain 10 46 33 8 Italy 10 49 30 10 Italy 4 42 38 14 22
  8. 8. "Work" is viewed extremely differently between countries  cultural effect + impact of economic situations Today, would you say that your job is mostly… (%)FR DE BE UK SP IT
  9. 9. Staying employed, the no. 1 concern of Southern European countries Today, what is your primary professional concern? (only one possible answer, in %) FR DE BE UK SP IT
  10. 10. Purchasing power 8
  11. 11. Purchasing power, a major expectation– especially in Spain, France and Italy Are you satisfied with your purchasing power? (%)
  12. 12. Managers "under pressure" 8
  13. 13. Loss of motivation, a feeling that affects a non-negligible percentage of European managers Your motivation at work (%) 16 20 22 24 26 29 Decreasing 33 31 35 42 32 41 58 Stable 71 43 62 59 60 57 57 40 59 56 50 22 25 Increasing 18 16 9 12 13 13 13 7 6 8 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 Fr De Be UK Sp It FrFr De Be UK Sp It managers non-managersvs. ‘08 +2 -16 = -10 = +11 +2 -8 -4 -7 -1 +6
  14. 14. "Time devoted to work", a major concern generally on the rise for European managers Today, what is your primary professional concern? (only one possible answer, in %) Fr De Be UK Sp It Fr De Be UK Sp It managers non-managersvs. ‘08 +9 +16 = +5 +6 -2 +1 -6 +1 = -6 +6
  15. 15. Employment and professional growth
  16. 16. The issue of "access to employment" is a concern for the youngest and oldest populations France, Belgium, Spain and Italy at the bottom of the list in Europe 15 to 24 years 25 to 54 years 55 to 64 yearsNetherlands 63 Sweden 85 Sweden 70,5 Denmark 58,1 Netherlands 84,7 Germany 57,7 UK 47,6 Denmark 83,2 Denmark 57,6 Germany 46,2 France 81,7 UK 57,1 Sweden 38,7 Germany 81,5 Netherlands 53,7 EU-27 34 Belgium 80 EU-27 46,3 France 30,3 UK 79,8 Spain 43,6 Belgium 25,2 EU-27 77,6 France 39,7 Spain 24,9 Spain 69,6 Belgium 37,3 Italy 20,5 Italy 71,1 Italy 36,6 (Source: Eurostat)
  17. 17. The issue of "employability" is a concern from the age of 35/40 years If you lost your job, do you think it FR would be easy to... DE BE <30 UK SP IT FR DE 30-40 BE UK SP IT FR DE > 40 BE UK SP IT
  18. 18. The issue of the public sector
  19. 19. Employees relatively confident about their employers future and their own future– except in France(in France, state and hospital civil service agents are particularly pessimistic) Are you confident about… (civil service) State Territorial Hospital Public Private Civil Service Civil Service Civil Service companies companies
  20. 20. More positive attitudes towards work, more "pleasure at work" For you, work is … Total  Only civil service

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