Considers how some line manager behaviours and high performance working practices interact with each other, and how these interactions reinforce or undermine some employee outcomes, such as motivation, organisational commitment and job satisfaction.

 

The report, Employee Outlook: Focus on managers, considers the contribution of line manager behaviours to high-performance working practices. The survey reveals that satisfaction levels have increased across all the sectors from 64% of employees satisfied or very satisfied in spring 2012 to 67% of employees satisfied or very satisfied in spring 2014.

While these findings are based on UK data, the broader trends and implications should be of interest wherever you are based.

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