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Well-being at work
What is well-being at work? How do employees perceive it? Does it vary from one country to the next? How can it be measured? And how can it be improved? Well-being at work is a growing challenge due to the presumed correlation between well-being, commitment, and ultimately the performance of companies. The survey found that well-being at work is based on an unequal combination of a job environment, appreciation and emotion. Depending on how employees are positioned in relation to these three components, four country profiles were identified.
Focus on the under-30s
The millennials are regularly described as employees with a team spirit who have difficulty accepting a hierarchical structure and who no longer view their salary as the only motivating factor but instead are looking for a sense of accomplishment in their work. The portrait often drawn up is that of a generation which is keen to stand out from that of its elders, and which is difficult to pin down. The Barometer shows that the behavior and expectations of younger employees have stayed fairly constant, contrary to popular belief.