Indians left the whole world behind
The results of the Global Workplace Study 2020 by the ADP Research Institute have come to light, in which the impact of COVID-19 on employee engagement and workplace flexibility has been researched. In this, more than 26,000 workers from 25 countries including China have been surveyed.
- February 17, 2021, 7:30 PM IST
Let the Indian employees leave behind the second highest level of employees in the world. The results of the Global Workplace Study 2020 by the ADP Research Institute have revealed the impact of COVID-19 on employee engagement and workplace flexibility. In this, more than 26,000 workers from 25 countries including China have been surveyed.
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However, researchers found that individuals who had a personal experience with the virus, such as falling ill themselves or being close to family members or acquaintance-positive, were rated 3.8. That is, employees with a personal experience in the Kovid epidemic were working with great flexibility. Rahul Goel, managing director of ADP India, said, “The findings of this study are fascinating, especially given that a personal experience with COVID-19 This results in a higher degree of workplace flexibility. Research of this data suggests that people can often become stronger after a setback or crisis. “
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Let us tell you that the maximum number of 20 percent increase in the number of employees has been registered in India. He said that he was fully engaged in work last year. Only 14 percent of all the people surveyed said that they are fully engaged in work in 2020.