stock-photo-composite-image-of-teamwork--1157006-303563-edited-385228-edited.pngAlthough nearly half of workers say they can consistently see employee influence on company performance, many would like more information about it, according to a recent survey from Robert Half Management Resources.

The amount varied by age group. Fifty-nine percent of professionals who are 55 or older are regularly able to see the connection between their duties and the financial outcome for the firm, for example, compared to 38 percent of 35- to 54-year-old employees.{{cta(‘d1769f00-11d1-401d-b97b-36a3ae665028′,’justifycenter’)}}

Forty-four percent of 18- to 34-year-old workers — the age group most likely to seek a greater understanding about their impact, according to the survey — felt similarly.

Fourteen percent of workers, regardless of age, said they rarely or never comprehend their work’s effect on company performance.

Read more about the survey here