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7 Workplace Misconceptions [Infographic]

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Considered common knowledge in the workplace, are they actually true? Check out actual research disproving these common workplace assumptions.

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  • I like that information from research is being used to highlight some of the work-related misconceptions that some people might hold. However, it's important to contextualize research findings, because without the context it can be difficult to support some of the specific conclusions suggested in the infographic. For example, the fact that 43% of engaged workers in the Accenture study have low intention to stay doesn't entirely support the conclusion that engagement isn't the goal. Prospective statements of behavioral intentions (e.g., intent to stay) are not the most reliable measures, and there may also be a confound with performance - top performers may be more likely to have compelling job opportunities, and may also be more likely to be in the engaged segment of the workforce. This doesn't mean, however, that organizations shouldn't strive for engagement, since, as noted "studies show that engaged employees are more likely to produce great results."
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7 Workplace Misconceptions [Infographic]

  1. 1. CONSIDERED COMMON KNOWLEDGE IN THE WORKPLACE, ARE THEY ACTUALLY TRUE? CHECK OUT ACTUAL RESEARCH DISPROVING THESE COMMON WORKPLACE ASSUMPTIONS. / . ..the most productive employees took 17-minute breaks for every 52 minutes of work. Although studies show that engaged employees are more likely to produce great results, engagement doesn’t always lead to results. In fact, a study by Accenture found that 43% of the most “highly engaged workers have a weak or lukewarm intention to stay. ” A recent study by the O. C. Tanner Institute reveals that if you want your employees to do great work, money isn’t the best way to motivate them. When employees were asked what does motivate them, 7% of participants responded by saying “pay me more. ” 37% responded by saying “recognize me. ” 6 °/ o RECOGNIZE ME NOTHING: SELFAMOTNATED AUTONOMV UNSURE ‘Q . ..bosses who don’t improve the productivity of their people have an exit rate that is nearly 2X that of average—qua| ity bosses. Although many recruiters may overlook applicants who don’t have all the right credentials on paper, a survey from CareerBuilder of 2,134 workers revealed that Nearly 47% of college-educated workers said their first job after college was not related to their major. (uiiljob N07 related to em, o(’ogeei' imybr Gallup’s State of the American Workplace reveals employees who work remotely are slightly more engaged than those in the office (32% vs. 28% engaged). And, research by Stanford University and CTrip, a travel website in China, found productivity increased when they allowed 250 employees to work from home. Productivity of remote employees rose 13%. And, 9.5% of that increase was attributed to working more hours. You may never work if you follow your bliss, but you also won’t be successful. Research shows that you should focus on doing something others love. The Great Work Study analyzed 1.7 million cases of award-winning work. 88% of projects that are appreciated and rewarded began with an employee asking. .. FROM THE 0.8. TANNER INSTITUTE octanner. com/ institute

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