Survey Results

Hey there everyone – a few weeks ago we posted the results of the survey we did at the end of 2013. Thanks again for your participation!

Here are some charts outlining what we saw – this was published in our newsletter as well. Please make sure to sign up so you don’t miss any upcoming news!

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The majority of respondents came from companies on the larger end of the population.

The majority of respondents came from companies on the larger end of the population.A wide variety of roles were represented in the responses. A wide variety of roles were represented in the responses.Work / personal balancing and lack of motivation were stand-out reasons for stress. Other issues included lack of training and organizational climate.

Work / personal balancing and lack of motivation were stand-out reasons for stress. Other issues included lack of training and organizational climate.The majority of respondents felt a moderate impact to their personal lives.

The majority of respondents felt a moderate impact to their personal lives.A more substantial percentage felt AT LEAST moderately impacted on the job, with nearly 25% feeling high or severe impacts.

A more substantial percentage felt AT LEAST moderately impacted on the job, with nearly 25% feeling high or severe impacts.Although a chunk of respondents had talked to their manager, many had not had time to do anything.

Although a chunk of respondents had talked to their manager, many had not had time
to do anything.

Stay tuned for additional information about our plans to provide solutions for the top challenges.