As per a study conducted by JLL, it has been found out that the workforce in France and Japan are the least engaged on average while those in the USA and India have the best rates. Nearly ninety percent of those surveyed responded that they would prefer a workplace with a dedicated role towards employees’ happiness. This designation is known as the Chief Happiness Officer. Professionals no longer crave just the security of a job and the compensation, instead they want engagement and collaboration at work. Majority of respondents also claimed that games were unnecessary, instead dedicated space for employees to work together on business innovations was a more productive method of raising engagement levels. This trend is particularly true for the millennial generation under age of thirty-five. In spite of the surge towards a startup culture, majority of employees wanted to get attached to large firms or brands.


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