Bosses Day 2010
October 14, 2010 by staff
Bosses Day 2010, In time for Boss Day, October 16, employee satisfaction with the bosses of Canada seems to be increasing, with the Canadians to give their boss a total score of 59.7, according Monster.ca ‘s last rate Your inquiry Boss. In a similar poll in 2005 Canadian bosses received a satisfaction rating of 47.5.
The poll by Angus Reid Public Opinion among a representative sample of 2,009 adult Canadians employee-provided participants with seven statements reflecting actions by the good bosses on a daily basis. The survey asked respondents to rate their own boss, using a scale ranging from a low of zero to a maximum of 100. Responses to seven statements in the survey were compiled to produce an overall score, indicating that Canadian employers are more than half to perfection.
Everything that makes the bosses of today’s most popular? Research suggests that employers in Canada are improving more in the areas of “recognition of their errors” (score: 60) and “being a born leader,” (score: 58.5) with satisfaction in each area is higher compared to the results of 2005 survey. The 2010 survey also revealed that bosses Canadians improved in the following areas:
Communicate to employees what is expected of them 66.20
Employees who take the well being into consideration 63.70
Taking the views of employees into consideration 60.20
Making work incentives and 59.10
Help employees achieve their potential 58.40
“We tried to get a picture of how Canadians feel their boss had changed since our first survey in 2005 because we know how the performance of a manager is to employee satisfaction,” said Monster Canada vice-president of international sales and general manager Peter Gilfillan. “Overall, Canadians are sending a clear message that their bosses are getting better but there is always room for improvement.”
The survey also shows that, by province, the bosses in the Prairies and Alberta scored slightly lower than the rest of Canada with overall employee satisfaction rating of 58.3. The table below details the levels of satisfaction boss province.
Atlantic Canada (Nfld, NB, NS, PEI) 60.0
Prairies (SK, MB) 58.3
As in the 2005 survey, women seem to be happier with their bosses than men. The women gave the boss a score of 60.9, while men gave their bosses a 58.6.
Patrons Canadians are doing something right to hire employees. It seems that managers are becoming strong leaders and are constantly improving, “said Gilfillan.” It is encouraging that the national average in both areas each increased significantly. ”
About Monster Canada
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About the Survey
29 September-October 2010, Angus Reid 4th Public Opinion conducted an online survey among a randomly selected, representative sample of 2009 adult Canadian workers are Angus Reid Forum. The margin of error is ± 2.2%, 19 times out of 20. The results were statistically weighted to ensure a representative sample. Discrepancies in or between totals are due to rounding.
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