BOSSES AND STAFF SEE WORK VERY DIFFERENTLY

Employees feel differently about their employer’s workplace practices and their day-to-day experiences at work depending on their rank in the organisation – the more senior they are, the more positively they view the working culture, suggests research in the US. Compared to front-line employees, more senior leaders report having opportunities available to them and say they regularly tap into programmes and policies designed to benefit employees, according to the American Psychological Association’s (APA) 2015 Work and Well-Being Survey conducted online by Harris Poll among more than 1,500 US-based adults earlier this year. Senior leaders were more likely to say their […]

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