We worked with 2U/edX on a study entitled “Navigating the Workplace in the Age of AI” study in order to understand how AI is reshaping the world of work at all levels of the organization. Between July 10 to 24, 2023, 1,600 U.S. C-Suite and employees were surveyed to gain unique insight into how professionals
We worked with the Deloitte Center for Financial Services on “Employee Engagement in Financial Services” study to understand issues around work arrangements, engagement, belonging, industry sentiments, remote workplace impact, career advancement, manager evaluation, employee expectations, reasons for possibly leaving, and work-life balance. In April 2023, 700 full-time executives with job titles of manager or equivalent
We worked with One Medical on their annual “The State of Workplace Health” study in order to understand how employees are making the most of their healthcare benefits. Between December 6th and 9th, 2022, 1,600 U.S. HR leaders and employees were surveyed about topics such as access to care, employee communication of benefits, primary care,
We worked with UKG on “The Fix Work” study to understand how the pandemic reshaped how people view work and their workforce expectations. Between September 16th and October 1st, 2022, 2,200 global employees, and 600 U.S. C-Suite and HR leaders answered questions about employment, work-related stress, mental health, four-day workweeks, engagement/ purpose of work, workplace
We worked with Airspeed on “The Remote Work Culture” study in order to understand how the shift to remote work has led to widespread isolation and loneliness. Between March 8th and March 20th, 2022, 1,600 U.S. C-Suite executives and employees who were working at hybrid or remote organizations were surveyed about their perspectives on remote working.
We worked with Deloitte on “The C-Suite’s Role in Well-Being” study in order to understand what the C-Suite’s role in well-being is, and how their employees rate their own well-being. Between February 8th and February 21st, 2022, 2,100 C-Suite executives and employees from the U.S., U.K., Canada, and Australia were surveyed about their well-being in