The unusual year of 2020 continued into 2021, which was also largely characterized by work from home, online meetings, and limited socializing. But we humans are adaptable beings: we have already got used to the new working conditions and maintained the level of job satisfaction. The year 2021 is thus marked by high job satisfaction, which again achieved a record average result – as much as 6.00 on a scale of 1-7.
Altogether, 309 employees answered the survey, which is 7% more than last year. This is an excellent result because every opinion matters. We analysed almost 35,000 answers and based on them prepared individual reports for managers. The figures in brackets represent comparable data for 2020. In addition to the final score, the individual responses also indicate high job satisfaction, as the share of responses rated with 5, 6 and 7 was 78%, which is 1% higher than last year.
What are Medis Employees Most Satisfied with?
Overall, the highest satisfaction is with the immediate superiors’ attitude towards the employees, relationships with employees within the teams, and the working environment/ working conditions. The highest increase in satisfaction this year can be observed in the afore-mentioned area of the attitude of the superiors towards employees, as well as in the areas of the attitude of the sector directors and the possibility of education. This shows that relationships remain a very important aspect of job satisfaction at Medis, and we can also see that this year offered more possibilities for attending various workshops.
On the other hand, compared to last year, satisfaction decreased the most in the area of benefits (leave, working time…), working environment/working conditions, and the relationship with colleagues within the teams. However, we must keep in mind that these areas received very high scores last year and that despite the decrease in satisfaction in these areas, the score remains very high. Overall, the lowest satisfaction is the same as in previous years, with the possibility of promotion and the organization of the company.
|Areas of job satisfaction|
My immediate superior’s attitude towards me
Relationship with colleagues within the team
Working environment/working conditions (means of work, adequacy of working spaces)
Sector director’s attitude towards me
Type of work I do
Degree of my autonomy at work
Benefits (leave, working time…)
Level of my responsibility at work
Relationship with colleagues in other sectors of the company
The feeling of own success at work
The possibility of education (internal and external)
The possibility of personal and/or professional development
My status in the company
Recognition and praise for achievements
Organization of the company
The possibility of promotion (salary, job position, project work…)
Comparison of the areas of satisfaction with the previous year
Medis Employees Remain Commited to Work ...
This year, we measured the work engagement of Medis employees for the third time. Work engagement can be defined as a high level of energy, commitment to work, enthusiasm during work and participation in work activities. An employee who is committed is also more productive, more connected to the company, less stressed and more satisfied with their personal life. Work does not represent a burden for them, but new challenges. The average work engagement score for Medis companies is 5.90 points (on a scale from 1 to 7), which is 0.19 points higher than last year.
... and would Recommend Medis Company to Others
Because the good name of the company goes a long way, we were curious how many employees would recommend the Medis company to other people. We can be proud that the Medis Net Promoter Score is an excellent +81 (+2 in comparison to last year)! This means that the vast majority of employees would be happy to recommend the Medis company to others.