Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Would you buy a company from a second hand employer?

Almost two-thirds of UK employees say they are allowed to act independently, but less than half feel they contribute to their company's overall mission, research has found.

An international survey of more than 9,000 workers by software provider NetReflector also revealed one in 10 UK respondents said they were unlikely to recommend their own company to a friend. The global average is about 8%.

So internal PR has a big job to do. Here is what Lee Hopkins had to say on the subject and its great.
Employees value their independence over the company's mission, survey shows - 19/10/2006 - Personnel -