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Organisaties in Centraal- en Oost-Europa met hoge werknemersbetrokkenheid behalen betere bedrijfsresultaten, zegt Aon Hewitt

SOFIA, Bulgarije, December 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Aon Hewitt, wereldwijd marktleider in human-resourcemanagement, consultancy en outsourcing. Aon plc (NYSE: AON) heeft de resultaten van zijn jaarlijkse Best Employers onderzoek onderzoek voor de regio Centraal- en Oost-Europa (CEE) bekendgemaakt. De hoogst scorende regionale Best Employers (Beste Werkgevers) per categorie werden bekendgemaakt tijdens een plechtigheid in Sofia, Bulgarije.

Het onderzoek laat een sterke correlatie zien tussen grote werknemersbetrokkenheid (employee engagement) en betere zakelijke resultaten. Best Employers bedrijven in de CEE:

  1. presteren beter op financiële doelstellingen (108% realisatie van de EBITDA doelstelling versus 93% voor andere organisaties),
  2. hebben een lager personeelsverloop (6% verloop tegen 9% voor de rest van de organisaties),
  3. hebben een lager arbeidsverzuim (3,5 dag / werknemer tegen 5,5 dag / werknemer bij de rest).

De peiling, die Aon Hewitt al sinds 2001 uitvoert in Centraal- en Oost-Europa, biedt erkenning aan bedrijven die zich van andere bedrijven onderscheiden door de hoge kwaliteit en de effectiviteit van hun HR-beleid, hetgeen een positieve impact heeft op de bedrijfsresultaten. Het onderzoek kijkt met zakelijke indicatoren naar het perspectief vanuit het oogpunt van werkgevers zowel als werknemers om een volledig objectief beeld te geven.

Beste Werkgevers  onderzoek 2012 - de cijfers:

  1. Acht landen - Bulgarije, de Tsjechische Republiek, Hongarije, Litouwen, Polen, Rusland, Slowakije en Turkije.
  2. Meer dan 400 bedrijven 
  3. Meer dan 250.000 deelnemende werknemers, inclusief 41.000 managers
  4. Meer dan 2.600 hooggeplaatste leidinggevenden
  5. 29 Best Employers (drie gradaties afhankelijk van grootte van het bedrijf)

Steigende werhnemersbetrokkenheid

Het onderzoek van dit jaar liet zien dat het niveau van werknemersbetrokkenheid in de CEE Regio sinds 2011 is gestegen met drie procent, en een gemiddeld niveau van 58% heeft bereikt. Het hoogste niveau van werknemersbetrokkenheid in de regio is in Bulgarije (67%), en het laagste in Polen (48%). Bij de Best Employer bedrijven, bereikt de betrokkenheid 80%, 22 punten hoger dan het regionale gemiddelde.

Ondanks de verschillen in niveau van werknemersbetrokkenheid tussen landen, zijn er gemeenschappelijke en onderscheidende kwaliteiten die de Best Employers bijzonder maken. Magdalena Warzybok, CEE Engagement Practice Director bij Aon Hewitt, zei:

"Best Employers onderscheiden zich door de manier waarop zij hun werknemers erkenning geven en belonen. Dat gebeurt door passende salarissen en aantrekkelijke bonuspakketten zowel als carrièrekansen te bieden. Zij hebben een uitstekende reputatie in de arbeidsmarkt en laten grote consistentie zien tussen dit externe imago en de daadwerkelijke ervaring van hun werknemers binnen het bedrijf. Ten slotte maken de kwaliteit van hun teams van hogere leidinggevende en hun focus op mensen werkelijk verschil."

Edward Stanoch, European Talent Practice Market Leader bij Aon Hewitt, zei:

"Wij zijn de deelnemers aan het Best Employers onderzoek enorm dankbaar. In tijden van voortdurende economische onzekerheid verheugt het ons te zien dat meer en meer bedrijven zich inspannen om hun werknemers betrokken te houden. Het is een businesscliché geworden dat het belangrijkste bezit van een organisatie zijn werknemers zijn, maar elk jaar weer laat dit onderzoek de waarheid van die stelling zien. Goede HR-processen, goed ontworpen beloningspakketten en beter management leiden tot meer betrokken werknemers. Op hun beurt leveren  zij een effectievere bijdrage en het hele bedrijf vaart daar wel bij."

Lijst van regionale Best Employers 

Grote bedrijven  (>1000 lokale werknemers)

1.  Operator Gazociagów Przesylowych GAZ-SYSTEM    Polen  

2.  McDonald's                                     Bulgarije

3.  Mars                                           Rusland

4.  Lidl                                           Bulgarije

5.  DHL Express                                    Rusland

6.  Provident                                      Hongarije

7.  Lietuvos draudimas                             Litouwen

8.  Tele2                                          Rusland

9.  Magyar Telekom                                 Hongarije

Middelgrote bedrijven  (251 - 1000 lokale werknemers)

1.  Tenex                                          Rusland

2.  Microsoft                                      Rusland

3.  Dom Kredytowy NOTUS                            Polen

4.  Microsoft                                      Tsjechische Republiek

5.  Hilti                                          Rusland

6.  Grupa Pracuj                                   Polen

7.  Takeda                                         Rusland

8.  Telefónica                                     Slowakije

9.  FGSZ Földgázszállító                           Hongarije

10. Red Hat Czech                                  Tsjechische Republiek

Kleine bedrijven  (< 250 lokale werknemers)

1. ANKOL                                           Polen

2.  JT internationaal                              Tsjechische Republiek

3.  Philip Morris                                  Slowakije

4. Tavex                                           Bulgarije

5.  Kecskeméti TERMOSTAR Hőszolgáltató             Hongarije

6.  Mars Sales                                     Hongarije

7.  Roche                                          Slowakije

8. InterContinental Boedapest                      Hongarije

9.  Et netera                                      Tsjechische Republiek

10. Adform Groep                                   Litouwen

Over Aon Hewitt

Aon Hewitt is wereldwijd marktleider in oplossingen voor human-resourcesmanagement. Het bedrijf adviseert organisaties bij het oplossen van complexe vraagstukken op het gebied van arbeidsvoorwaarden, talent management en daarmee samenhangende financiële uitdagingen. Aon Hewitt ontwerpt, implementeert, communiceert en beheert een breed scala aan oplossingen op het gebied van menselijk kapitaal, pensioenen, beleggingsbeheer, zorg, beloningen, verzekeringen en talentmanagement. Hiermee verhoogt Aon Hewitt het rendement op het belangrijkste kapitaal van organisaties: hun medewerkers. Het bedrijf telt wereldwijd meer dan 29.000 professionals in 90 landen.

Aon Hewitt is onderdeel van verzekeringsmakelaar en risicoadviseur Aon plc in Londen, Verenigd Koninkrijk. Het wereldwijde Aon-netwerk omvat circa 600 kantoren in meer dan 120 landen en heeft ruim 62.000 medewerkers. Meer informatie: http://www.aonhewitt.com.

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