The data show that workers who are highly satisfied with various aspects of their workplace also demonstrate higher levels of engagement. Only 13 percent of global workers are highly engaged and highly satisfied with their work experience. This chart allows you to view engagement levels by country at a glance.
The most highly engaged employees have greater flexibility to make choices about where and how they work. They can move around the office easily, change postures and choose where they want to work in the office based on the tasks they need to do.
Despite the high global adoption of mobile devices for personal use, the vast majority of study participants report that their organizations provide twice the amount of fixed technology than mobile options for work.
Although global collaborative work has become a rising trend, nearly two-thirds of employees say they work either in individual offices or shared private offices.
The country an employee resides in and its cultural norms and economic factors have an impact on employee perspectives about work and the physical workplace. It can influence how satisfied employees are with the workplace and their overall engagement levels.