In a separate survey by Walker Information, only 24 percent of workers say they are committed to their employer and plan to stay for the next two years.
The Indiana-based consulting firm reports that only 54 percent of workers say their organization treats workers fairly. Their main areas of dissatisfaction: pay equity and how policies are carried out. Among the other findings:
- Only 38 percent say they've been given specific performance measures.
- Just 41 percent say their companies trust employees, and only 48 percent say they are encouraged to try new things at work.
To read Walker's 2001 benchmarking study on loyalty in the workplace, visit www.walkerinfo.com.
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