A new survey of employees shows that as many as 23% believe they are unproductive in their job’s, this is especially prevalent among younger workers. It’s up to employers to recognize where the problem lies, to increase productivity and worker satisfaction. Although different employees have different reasons for feeling unproductive, it’s likely due to insufficient technologies used in the work place or a sense of isolation. Employers need to take note, providing technologies and open communication for employees.
- Vodafone has conducted important research regarding British employees in the country. That reveals striking information about these employees on the whole too.
- These British workers tend to struggle in poor work environments overall. Around 23% of British employees call themselves unproductive in their current setting.
- That figure actually represents around 7 million people in the workforce. These numbers could be a drain on the economy of the UK as well.
“According to new research from Vodafone, 23% of British employees call themselves unproductive, a whopping seven million of the total workforce.”