New research from Robert Half US sought to understand how employees feel about their employer’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The results were surprising, with 95% of employees feeling at least somewhat satisfied about how their employers have handled the outbreak.
The results were broken down a little bit more. Sixty-four percent said they were very satisfied, and 31% said they were somewhat satisfied. Only 6% said they were not satisfied. In addition, 97% of respondents noted their manager has been a source of support during this challenging time.
Of the employees surveyed, 61% said they have been working from home for a few weeks, 13% recently transitioned to a remote setup, and 2% plan to do so soon. The remaining 24% reported they are still going to the office. Respondents who have been working from home for a few weeks were most likely to report being very satisfied with their company’s response and supported by their boss.
Workers were asked, “How satisfied are you with your company’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic?” Their responses: Read more here…
Source: HR Daily Advisor