Only 63% of credit union employees feel that their physical working environment enables them to work productively.
This summer we’ve published new research with data from over 1,200 credit union employees across 21 credit union workplaces, and we’re inviting you to join a discussion of the future of work as it relates to this data as well as the COVID-19 shift to working from home.
Our research reveals how the very nature of work is changing as well as how workplaces support – or fail to support – credit union employees. Only 63% of credit union employees feel that their physical working environment enables them to work productively. Work has traditionally focused on repetitive and individual task-based activities, and these activities enjoy strong support from today’s workplaces. But much of this task-based work is being automated, and with that automation comes a shift to more collaborative project-based and creative work, and in these areas workplaces have failed to keep pace in supporting employees. This can lead to frustration and dissatisfaction with a negative impact on retention, engagement, and recruiting.
Shortly after the whitepaper released, we hosted a webinar to discuss our findings along with a special guest. Erik Anderson, Director of Workplace Intelligence at Microsoft, and author of the Harvard Business Review article “Microsoft Analyzed Data On Its Newly Remote Workforce,” shared insights from his analysis of Microsoft’s newly remote workforce.
Watch the webinar now, and feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions!