stock-photo-composite-image-of-human-res-1455891.pngRemote, office and non-desktop workers — such as hourly employees who perform manufacturing, shipping and other non-computerized work  — all share remarkably similar human resources department and employer expectations — which include more frequent HR communication, according to a new report.

Regardless of their work environment, employees believe effective communication is a critical component of a positive work experience; however, when asked how employers made them feel, just 16 percent of respondents said they were connected and engaged.

Nearly half of non-desktop, office and remote workers reported they disagreed, strongly disagreed or felt neutral about HR contact making them feel more informed or engaged at work.

Seventy-five percent of employees from all three segments indicated HR communication happens never or rarely, or only sometimes at their organization.

For additional information about office, non-desktop and remote workers’ views on HR, read more about EmployeeChannel’s survey here.

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