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最新报告:该国员工的压力全球最高

最新报告:该国员工的压力全球最高

Marco Quiroz-Guiterrez 2021年06月20日
疫情引发的压力对女性影响更大

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盖洛普(Gallup)发布的工作场所状况报告显示,美国员工承受的压力在全世界排名居前,对此人们可能并不会惊讶。

尽管全球员工的压力普遍上升,但2020年美国和加拿大员工的日常压力水平最高。美加两国员工报告的压力水平为57%,而西欧员工的压力水平从2019年的46%下降到39%。

新冠疫情引发的压力对女性影响也很大,美国和加拿大职场女性的压力水平为62%,比男性压力水平高出10个百分点。由于经济受到疫情冲击,2019年到2020年美加两国女性压力水平上升了约10个百分点。

报告显示,去年全球员工的负面情绪比往年多。盖洛普主要评估了员工的担心、压力、愤怒和悲伤等情绪,结果发现,跟前几年相比,2020年员工的相关情绪大幅增加。

盖洛普还发现,除了负面情绪,与往年相比2020年员工受尊重的感觉减少。全球范围内有14%的员工认为,回答问卷的前一天在工作场所内外都没有受到尊重。

尽管美国员工的压力很大,不过在2020年,美国员工的参与度有所提高。虽然遭逢疫情,但十年来稳步上升的员工参与度仍然在走高。去年美国有36%的员工上班很有参与感,而全球范围内只有20%的员工有相同感受。

新冠疫情给北美人群造成的压力更大,因为很多人休假,有些被裁员,还有些要应对不断变化的工作环境和要求。由于有些人动用积蓄购买生活必需品,只能被迫推迟退休。

盖洛普报告还发现,受疫情影响,美国和加拿大38%的人暂时停止了工作,40%的人工作时间比疫情之前少,三分之一的人从雇主或企业领取的薪酬缩水。(财富中文网)

译者:梁宇

审校:夏林

盖洛普(Gallup)发布的工作场所状况报告显示,美国员工承受的压力在全世界排名居前,对此人们可能并不会惊讶。

尽管全球员工的压力普遍上升,但2020年美国和加拿大员工的日常压力水平最高。美加两国员工报告的压力水平为57%,而西欧员工的压力水平从2019年的46%下降到39%。

新冠疫情引发的压力对女性影响也很大,美国和加拿大职场女性的压力水平为62%,比男性压力水平高出10个百分点。由于经济受到疫情冲击,2019年到2020年美加两国女性压力水平上升了约10个百分点。

报告显示,去年全球员工的负面情绪比往年多。盖洛普主要评估了员工的担心、压力、愤怒和悲伤等情绪,结果发现,跟前几年相比,2020年员工的相关情绪大幅增加。

盖洛普还发现,除了负面情绪,与往年相比2020年员工受尊重的感觉减少。全球范围内有14%的员工认为,回答问卷的前一天在工作场所内外都没有受到尊重。

尽管美国员工的压力很大,不过在2020年,美国员工的参与度有所提高。虽然遭逢疫情,但十年来稳步上升的员工参与度仍然在走高。去年美国有36%的员工上班很有参与感,而全球范围内只有20%的员工有相同感受。

新冠疫情给北美人群造成的压力更大,因为很多人休假,有些被裁员,还有些要应对不断变化的工作环境和要求。由于有些人动用积蓄购买生活必需品,只能被迫推迟退休。

盖洛普报告还发现,受疫情影响,美国和加拿大38%的人暂时停止了工作,40%的人工作时间比疫情之前少,三分之一的人从雇主或企业领取的薪酬缩水。(财富中文网)

译者:梁宇

审校:夏林

Some U.S. employees may not be surprised to find that they are among the most stressed in the world, according to a Gallup’s State of the Workplace Report.

Although stress levels increased generally in employees across the world, the U.S. and Canadian workforces experienced the highest levels of daily stress globally in 2020. Employees in these countries reported stress levels of 57%, while in Western Europe, stress declined to 39% from 46% in 2019.

Pandemic-induced stress also weighed heavily on women, with stress levels for employed women in the U.S. and Canada, 62%, outweighing the stress levels for men by 10 percentage points. Stress levels for these women jumped about 10 percentage points from 2019 to 2020, as the pandemic hit the economy.

The report reveals that employees across the world had more negative feelings last year than in years past. Gallup measured worry, stress, anger, and sadness among employees and found that in 2020 these feelings increased substantially in employees compared to previous years.

Along with negative feelings, Gallup found employees felt less respected in 2020 than in previous years. Globally, 14% of employees felt they were not treated with respect in and outside of the workplace during the entire previous day in which the question was posed.

Despite the high levels of stress in U.S. workers, in 2020 employee engagement increased in the country. A decade of steadily rising engagement levels continued despite the pandemic, with 36% of employees in the U.S. feeling engaged at work last year, in contrast to the 20% globally that feel the same way.

The COVID-19 pandemic pushed stress levels higher for people in North America as many people were either furloughed, laid off, or dealt with changing work conditions and requirements. Some have even had to push back retirement as savings were spent on necessities last year.

In its report, Gallup found that due to the pandemic 38% of people in the U.S. and Canada had temporarily stopped working at their job or business, 40% had worked less hours than before COVID, and a third received less money from their employer or business.

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