Report: Disparity in Workplace Experience Ratings Between Employers, Employees
1 Jun, 2021
- 81% of employers surveyed believe their company has effectively adapted to pandemic-related scheduling issues.
- Only 64% of employees surveyed felt their organization had successfully adapted to shift-scheduling intricacies, a vast difference in perception.
- 82% of employers believe they offer scheduling flexibility, while only 59% of employees agree. Simultaneously, 87% of employers indicated they help hourly workers deal with personal circumstances that affect work schedules, while only 60% of employees agree.
- As a result, more than half of employees stated they would prefer to work for an employer that offers more flexibility in scheduling, showcasing just how integral understanding and finding flexible solutions are in a post-pandemic world.
- 81% of employers believe they adapted to COVID effectively, while 64% of employees felt similarly.
- 70% of employers reported that some hourly employees are paid different rates depending on which task they are performing at a given time; however, only 26% of employees surveyed indicated that they receive task-based pay.
- Only 50% of employees indicate using online portals to track time and attendance.
- 56% of employees report severely dated methods for time tracking, including mounted wall clocks, paper forms, and punch cards.
- For employees that are afforded online portals when compared to those not, more feel they are offered scheduling flexibility and are assisted with personal circumstances, noting the adoption of more immediate contactless screening.