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{Study} Employee Fears in Europe: Increased Motivation Against the Crisis

“What is your main professional concern today?” That was a question asked this spring of 7.200 workers in six European countries (Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, United Kingdom) as part of the Edenred Ipsos Barometer. Topic of the survey: well-being and Motivation the employee. In Germany, 800 employees took part in the survey.
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Debt crisis has an influence on the mood

What can be deduced from the respondents' responses: the European debt crisis has a direct impact on the self-perception of German workers. Despite a stable economic situation, Germany's employees are increasingly worried about the preservation of the workplace:

44 percent of the employees surveyed stated this year that a secure employment relationship is currently their greatest professional concern. In 2012 it was 29 percent. And even in 2008, the year of the Lehman bankruptcy, “only” 34 percent.

A look into other European countries

With the growing fear of a secure job, Germany is not alone: ​​in almost all European countries, with the exception of the United Kingdom, workers are increasingly worried about maintaining their jobs compared to the years 2008 and 2012.

In addition to Germany and Belgium, it is above all the crippled countries of Spain and Italy, which are understandably a safe workplace the greatest concern of the employees.

Anxiety is balanced with motivation

Employees counteract this concern in their daily work with high motivation and commitment. According to their own statements, German employees continue to demonstrate a high degree of commitment in the workplace:

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More than three-quarters (76 per cent) of the interviewees indicate increasing (14 per cent) or constant motivation (62 per cent).

Crisis is also a challenge for employers

When it comes to motivation, the employer can also use the lever. being Objective it should be to offer the employee a motivating and performance-enhancing work environment in which the appreciation of the employees is important.

Recognized and rewarded for good achievements have a long-term impact on the loyalty of employees as an integral part of corporate culture.

Living recognition has a positive effect on motivation

That can go from a nice word from the managing director over menu checks for the daily lunch up to the individual gift on personal occasions - it does not always have to be equal to the salary increase.

With the use of such motivational solutions show Company that they care about a pleasant working atmosphere in order to interest industry specialists in themselves, to retain experienced employees and with a motivated Team Mastering challenges. Not only the employees will appreciate this. This almost automatically results in a positive assessment of the attractiveness of the employer.

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