Job Satisfaction and Engagement survey 2011

Gratification and Commitment at Work in a Sluggish Economy

The report presents the results of the 2011 Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Employee Job Satisfaction and Engagement survey of U.S. employees. It includes:

A comparison of the level of importance of certain aspects to job satisfaction as indicated by employees, including statistically significant differences.
Overall results for every year the survey was conducted compared with the 2011 findings to determine if there have been significant changes in the span of almost a decade.
A comparison of the level of satisfaction with certain aspects of job satisfaction, as indicated by employees.
Analysis based on employees' organization staff size.
Additional analysis by employee job tenure, gender, race and age.
An analysis of the top five job satisfaction aspects by demographic variables, including organization size, employee job tenure, age, job level and gender.
  • Language: English
  • Released: December 2011
Study included in Corporate Account only.
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