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Employee Outlook, produced in partnership with Halogen, is now produced twice a year: spring and autumn. 

The latest report found that one in three employees report that their career progression to date has failed to meet their expectations and more than a quarter are either dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with the level of career training and development offered by their current employer.

Read the Autumn Employee Outlook

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Read Focus on managers

About Halogen

Halogen Software offers an organically built cloud-based talent management suite that reinforces and drives higher employee performance across all talent programmes – whether that is recruiting, performance management, learning and development, succession planning or compensation.

With over 1,750 customers worldwide, Halogen Software has been recognised as a market leader by major business analysts and has garnered the highest customer satisfaction ratings in the industry. Halogen Software’s powerful, yet simple-to-use solutions, which also include industry-vertical editions, are used by organisations that want to build a world-class workforce that is aligned, inspired and focused on delivering exceptional results.

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Focus on managers

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. Top level findings reveal 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.

"Not having a performance review is better for employees’
motivation and job satisfaction than having a poor performance
review experience, even when they get a pay rise."

Read the report



Take a look at the previous Employee Outlook reports and Focus reports.