Steelcase Adds New Data from Japan, Australia, and Brazil to its 360 Global Report “Engagement + The Global Workplace”
Employee engagement is a bottom-line issue for successful companies across the globe. The Steelcase Global Report revealed one-third of employees in the 17 countries studied were disengaged at work. Now, just released data on three newly studied countries finds an even more surprising statistic. In one country, only one percent of the workforce reported feeling highly engaged or satisfied at work.
Japan, Brazil and Australia are the new additions to Steelcase’s growing body of research exploring the relationship between employee engagement and how people feel about their workplace. Now, you can find out which country has the lowest report of highly engaged workers and discover key takeaways from each of the new countries studied, Japan, Brazil and Australia.