The French go to the office backwards. Almost 40% of them have seen their work motivation1 decline this year, according to the annual survey Edenred-Ipsos2 *. They are more demoralized their Italian neighbors (35%) and Spain (32%), yet most affected by unemployment, and much more demotivated than Germans (22%), Belgium (27%) and British (27% ). This decrease was primarily due to moral pessimism about their ability to change, frustration vis-à-vis their rémunération3 and feel that their work is not recognized within the company.
Dissatisfaction especially resented the French employees' level of significant affect, including a sense of involvement in the work, "the study notes. This is not the case of the British, "more opportunistic," which show "relatively more distant towards their work" or Germans and Belgians, evolving "in a contractual environment" feed also lower expectations vis-à-vis their superiors.
While the rate of unemployment4 reached 10.9% in the European Union, European workers are more concerned towards employment5 in 2012. Note that across the Rhine, where the unemployment rate is only 5.4%, this fear has also jumped (over 15 points a year). In France, as in the United Kingdom, however, employees are more concerned about their wage level by maintaining their position. Overall, Europeans, with the exception of the Italians, are less satisfied with their work situation 6THE last year. So much so that more Germans (7 points), Belgians (two points), Britons (two points) and Spain (+ 2 points) find that they spend too much time at work Low fee payday loans.
Loyalty to the employer "default"
Still, in the current economic context, Europeans tend to want to stay chaud7. According to the barometer, 58% of French workers say they do not think of leaving their entreprise8, this proportion reached 60% in Germany and 66% in Belgium. "Mobility is associated with risk-taking, this loyalty to the employer are especially default," the study said. It is a "carrier of frustration" and, ultimately, the effectiveness of the company 9est in. Hence the importance of the morale of the troops.
Failing to play on the lever pay, companies should "develop active policies targeted towards employees, particularly in the two key areas of the welfare work.10 and professional development," says Antoine Solom, Director International Ipsos Loyalty. Well-being, according to the study, mostly through the recognition of the Latin countries, and the Anglo-Saxon rather than by financial incentives for the …
* The eighth edition of the barometer Edenred-Ipsos on the well-being and motivation of employees in Europe focuses on the employee population of six countries: Germany, Belgium, Spain, France, Italy and the United Kingdom. This on-line survey was conducted among a sample of 7,200 people between 18 February and 15 March 2013.