65.8 per cent of job seekers and workers in the Netherlands agree that successes at work should be named and celebrated.
This is apparent from a survey by Unique among more than 4,000 respondents.
On the other hand, attention to personal events appears to be considerably less relevant. Only 2.5 per cent of the respondents indicated that this is a very important habit.
Other habits that score high in the field of interpersonal contact in the office appear to be 'that the doors of management are always open' and 'that everyone can address each other by the first name'. These habits are seen as an important part of the corporate culture.
Previous research has shown that atmosphere and culture determine the job satisfaction of employees.
About the author
Based in Odesa, Ukraine, Anastasiia Shtankova is a trilingual (English, Russian, Ukrainian) graduate of the Sukhomlinsky Mykolayiv National University. For as long as she can remember, Nastya has had a passion for writing. As the content manager for Finance4Learning, she manages to combine business with the pleasure of writing. She is responsible for generating, curating and marketing content relevant to the company’s target audiences.
Finance4Learning is a Benelux-based provider of student finance helping individuals realise ambitions and educators drive sales. Finance4Learning typically finances students following upskilling or reskilling courses in e.g. Business Analytics, CyberSecurity, Data Science, Digital Marketing, Growth Hacking, Leadership, UX/UI Design and Web Development. Courses are often provided in a bootcamp format. Finance4Learning is backed by two very reputable organisations - Banco Santander (no. 4 in the world) and the European Investment Fund - and provides access to a €50 million learning & development fund on an exclusive basis.