Employee satisfaction describes the level of happiness workers experience. Most of the time, employee attitude towards work reflects the moral of the company and how the business values their employees, which also reflects the company's image in general.
However, satisfaction should not only depend on compensation. Salary raise or benefits will probably contribute to employee contentment, but small changes not related to monetary values can have a long-term and more relevant impact to an employee’s career.
As the working environment gets more complex, leading to many undeniable changes, employees may no longer feel the need to stay with a company if they are unhappy with its culture and environment. Thus, may lead to greater issues such as employee retention.
Guthrie-Jensen came up with this guide that could help you determine whether or not your employees are unhappy in the workplace, even before resignation comes up. Besides, it’s better to be safe than sorry.
Created by Guthrie-Jensen Consultants, Inc.