Saxony: Study: Employees increasingly satisfied with their job

It is a well-known fact that work is more than earning money.

Saxony: Study: Employees increasingly satisfied with their job

It is a well-known fact that work is more than earning money. People make contacts here and are valued. If working conditions are bad, a job can also make you ill. Therefore, every employer is well advised to pay attention to the satisfaction of his people.

Leipzig (dpa / sn) - More and more employees in Saxony are satisfied with their job. That is the conclusion of a study by the two Leipzig companies MAS Partners and process psychologists among a good 1000 respondents. February 2020 and January 2022 served as a comparison period. In this way, an mood picture of the time before the pandemic and the present could be created. Accordingly, the proportion of employees who were satisfied with their pay increased by nine percent to 49 percent.

In the current survey, 65 percent of those surveyed were satisfied with the working conditions (2020: 59 percent). When asked about satisfaction with their superiors, the proportion grew from 54 to 59 percent, when it came to workload it was 56 instead of the previous 51 percent. The values ​​​​remained constant for the criteria "colleagues" (66 percent) and "specific work tasks" - 72 percent and 71 percent respectively (2020).

"The fact that employees can now increasingly choose where they want to work and stay is having an effect," explained Jörg Heidig from the process psychologists GmbH. Looking at the numbers, one can see that employers are now doing their "homework". However, there is still a lot of catching up to do on many points.

Stefan Bischoff from MAS Partner sees flexible working hours in the pandemic as a key driver for growing satisfaction. "Home office and mobile working offer many employees advantages in reconciling work and private life." Many would like to continue working from home for two to three days a week. However, those affected would also see negative effects. In the opinion of a large majority of those surveyed, the exchange and cooperation with colleagues, team cohesion and a clear separation between work and leisure time have worsened as a result of working from home.

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