Rabat - Sixty-percent of workers in Morocco lacks motivation in performing their jobs due to their salaries, while only 18 percent feel that they are satisfied, according to the latest survey conducted by the e-GRH platform Rekrute, on the satisfaction of workers and executives at work.
Rabat – Sixty-percent of workers in Morocco lacks motivation in performing their jobs due to their salaries, while only 18 percent feel that they are satisfied, according to the latest survey conducted by the e-GRH platform Rekrute, on the satisfaction of workers and executives at work.
The survey was conducted among 2,867 executives and employees, 62 percent of which are men, while 38 percent are women.
Thirty-three percent of the interviewees have less than 2 years of work experience, and 27 percent are senior, with more than 10 years of work.
According to the survey, 55 percent of employees believe that their company does not give them the means to achieve their objectives.
Thirty-eight percent of workers feel indifferent towards their company, while 12 feel rejection towards it. Meanwhile, 36 percent of executives have a strong sense of belonging and 14 percent are proud to belong to their current organization.
The survey finds that only 18 percent of executives find their work pleasant, and 10 percent feel that their professional life is stimulating, compared to 25 percent who see it discouraging and 19 percent as exhausting.
For the upcoming months, 44 percent of executives feel rather optimistic and 35 percent are pessimistic, 13 percent are very pessimistic and only 8 percent are very optimistic.
The results of the survey show that 33 percent of employees in Morocco are stressed, 19 percent are indifferent, 8 percent are unhappy and 6 percent are angry. As little as 18 percent of workers are happy and 16 percent say they are satisfied.
The survey also showed that 49 percent of executives feel stress or moral fatigue, compared to 45 percent of executives. Sixteen percent of executives say their work gives them happiness and pleasure, compared to 27 percent of managers. Fifty-three percent of executives says they still haven’t found a balance between private and professional life.