Dan Schawbel

C-Suite’s Role in Well-Being Study

New Research From Deloitte Finds C-suite May Soon Join the Great Resignation, Uncovering Well-being is a Top-Down Organizational Concern Survey conducted by Deloitte and Workplace Intelligence finds nearly 70% of executives are seriously considering quitting their roles for a job that better supports their well-being compared to 57% of employees NEW YORK, June 22, 2022—

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Case Study: SoFi at Work

We worked with SoFi at Work on a “Financial Well-Being” study in order to understand what HR leaders and employees had to say about financial well-being in 2022. Between December 21 and 29th, 2022, 1,600 U.S. HR leaders and employees were surveyed about financial well-being, financial literacy, and financial benefits. Reference “Our team worked with the

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Financial Wellness Study

SoFi at Work Study Reveals Three in Four Workers are Stressed About Financial Issues, Spending 9+ Working Hours Per Week Dealing with Personal Finances 1,600 HR Leaders and Employees Surveyed Reveal Financial Well-Being Benefits as an Untapped Driver of Improving Performance, Employee Experience SAN FRANCISCO – March 30, 2022 – Three out of four U.S. workers

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AI at Work 2021 Study

82% of People Believe Robots Can Support Their Career Better Than Humans Global study finds over 75% of people feel “stuck” personally and professionally 88% of people say their meaning of success has changed since the pandemic started 85% of people want technology to help define their future AUSTIN, Texas — Oct 26, 2021 –

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The Workplace Culture Study

Study: 77% say remote workers are treated fairly at companies offering best-in-class collaboration technologies, while just 32% at companies with unsatisfactory solutions agree Collaboration and employee engagement technologies will be key to helping create a fair hybrid workplace with their adoption expected to increase over the next year, Kahoot! report finds. A new study by Kahoot!, the

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The Deferred Care Study

Study Finds 65% of Workers Would Give Up Bonuses, Vacation, and Flexible Hours for Better Healthcare Benefits SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 17, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — A new study by One Medical (NASDAQ: ONEM), a leading national member-based primary care organization combining in-person and virtual care, and Workplace Intelligence, an HR research and advisory firm, found that best-in-class healthcare benefits

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