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Cornerstone’s “The State of Workplace Productivity Report”

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Conducted for a second year, Cornerstone’s “The State of Workplace Productivity Report” examines how the ways people work, where they work and the tools they use for work impact their abilities to be productive and successful in their roles. This year’s findings indicate that the tools and management styles of today are not enabling employees to be the workforce of tomorrow. However, the results also point to potential solutions – such as flexible work schedules, the right work environment and wearable technology – that may hold promise for those trying to combat the most exasperating productivity killers in their work lives.

The survey was conducted by Kelton, a leading global insights firm, between August 21 and September 8, 2014 among 2,009 Americans ages 18 and over who are employed full time, using an email invitation and an online survey.

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Cornerstone’s “The State of Workplace Productivity Report”

  1. 1. Cornerstone OnDemand’s The State of Workplace Productivity Report was conducted by Kelton, a leading global insights firm, during September 2014 among 2,009 employed Americans ages 18 and over, using an email invitation and an online survey. For more information, visit www.csod.com/SOWP14 WORKSPACE MATTERS 37%of U.S. employees say the most productive work environment is an enclosed office 65% of employees believe a flexible and remote work schedule increases productivity Behind Closed Doors When it comes to workplace distractions, 43% of employees say that impromptu visits by coworkers are the biggest productivity killer Only 19%say an open desk layout is the most productive workspace Out In the Open Breaking Away Don’t Bother Me 22% MILLENNIALS 17% OLDER GENERATIONS Millennials are more likely to say an open desk layout promotes productivity While nearly half think their employer would trust them to be productive, less than 1 in 5 employees are allowed to work remotely 65%agree that in-person meetings can be completely replaced with the right technology
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Conducted for a second year, Cornerstone’s “The State of Workplace Productivity Report” examines how the ways people work, where they work and the tools they use for work impact their abilities to be productive and successful in their roles. This year’s findings indicate that the tools and management styles of today are not enabling employees to be the workforce of tomorrow. However, the results also point to potential solutions – such as flexible work schedules, the right work environment and wearable technology – that may hold promise for those trying to combat the most exasperating productivity killers in their work lives. The survey was conducted by Kelton, a leading global insights firm, between August 21 and September 8, 2014 among 2,009 Americans ages 18 and over who are employed full time, using an email invitation and an online survey.

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