Study finds a third of US workers ready to quit over poor employee communication

Employee Comms Study by Dynamic Signal

Half of the US workforce is being stressed out by the explosion of employee communication tools and the lack of strategy around them, according to a new study conducted by Dynamic Signal.

The study found that 33 percent of employees are so frustrated with poor communication that they want to quit their jobs. The study included 1072 US workers.

Other key findings include:

  • 66 percent of employees say they waste between 30 minutes and 1 hour each day looking for important information
  • 52 percent of senior-level executives say ineffective communication and workforce misalignment had negative financial implications for their organizations
  • 56 percent of communicators say they struggle to keep employees engaged and informed

Take a look at the infographic below or view the full study.

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State of Employee Communications & Engagement Study by Dynamic Signal