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WHAT LEADERS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT REMOTE WORKERS
Surprising Differences in Workplace Happiness & Relationships
This study analyzed responses from 509 U.S. employees who work remotely at all times. Averages were then compared to benchmarks based on responses from over 200,000 employees at organizations that use the TINYpulse employee engagement platform, collected between March 2015 and March 2016.
One-sample t tests were used to conduct the analytics. One-sample t tests measure the difference between a score and a single (benchmark) value. Cohen’s d is used to assess the extent of the difference between the score and the single value. Cohen’s d values above .50 are considered moderate differences, while those above .80 are considered large differences. p is the probability that no difference or relationship is present; therefore a p value below .05 indicates statistical significance.
Cody Likavec - Marketing Data Analyst. B.A. in Statistics, University of South Florida.
Mariuxi Olaya - UX Designer. B.F.A. in Design and Visual Communication, University of Santa Maria. Dora Wang - Employee Engagement Researcher. B.A. in Creative Writing, University of Washington.
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