Your Guide to Building Human Connection at Work
Enboarder recently surveyed 1,000 full-time employees about their connections in the workplace, how employers facilitate (or hinder) these interactions and notable outcomes (like productivity) that come from connectedness. The results may surprise you.
Are you ready to build better human connections in your workplace?
“Connection is why we’re here; it is what gives purpose and meaning in our lives,” says author and researcher Brené Brown.
The world of work is changing. Hybrid workplaces are the new normal; low unemployment and ‘the Great Reshuffling’ means employees can pick and choose where, when and for how long they work at an organization; and employees want their sense of purpose to be defined by their work.
When it comes to the state of connection in the workplace, our research found 93% of employees feel connected to their coworkers, with 56% saying they feel very connected. While connections at work have improved over the last year, this year’s report uncovers barriers, including unsupportive or passive managers, lack of transparency and working remotely that threaten to hinder progress.
In this report you will learn:
Why connections in the workplace are improving, and how to use the office to build stronger relationships with coworkers
The top 5 reasons why employees feel connected to their work and how that benefits the bottom line
The top reasons why employees feel disconnected and what to do about it
How you can build better human connections in your workplace
Get your FREE Value of Human Connections summary to discover how you can personalize each employee’s experience to ensure employees feel comfortable and truly connect with each other in the workplace.