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2016-17 U.S. State of Enterprise Work Report

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Our past reports have found enterprise workers strapped for time and patience, and this year’s report reveals that demands on enterprise workers have only increased in the last year. While the vast majority of workers express an optimistic view of their work life, troubling trends in the number of hours spent at work and the prevalence of inter-team conflict have arisen—both of which threaten to undermine enterprises’ efforts to be more productive and, ultimately, more competitive. Here are the 10 biggest surprises from this year’s report…

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2016-17 U.S. State of Enterprise Work Report

  1. 1. What’s Happening in the American Office? 10 of the biggest revelations from Workfront’s 2016 State of Enterprise Work Report
  2. 2. What’s Hurting U.S. Office Workers? Our past reports have found enterprise workers strapped for time and patience, and this year’s report reveals that demands on enterprise workers have only increased in the last year. While the vast majority of workers express an optimistic view of their work life, troubling trends in the number of hours spent at work and the prevalence of inter-team conflict have arisen—both of which threaten to undermine enterprises’ efforts to be more productive and, ultimately, more competitive. Here are the 10 biggest surprises from this year’s report…
  3. 3. Finding #1: Email and meetings are leaving office workers with less time than ever to do their primary job duties!
  4. 4. Between 2015 and 2016, time spent in email and meetings increased, cutting dramatically into time for primary job duties.
  5. 5. Finding #2: Conflict with other teams is rising!
  6. 6. Office workers experiencing conflict with other departments/groups/teams
  7. 7. Finding #3: Co-workers who talk too loud are the biggest office pet peeve
  8. 8. Question: When you think about your office, which two or three of these do you find the most irritating about working in an office?
  9. 9. Find #4: Office workers want uninterrupted blocks of time
  10. 10. Question: Which one of the following would do the most to improve your work productivity?
  11. 11. Finding #5: The lunch hour is dead!
  12. 12. Question: How much time do you typically take for lunch?
  13. 13. Finding #6: Workers would rather leave on time than break for lunch
  14. 14. Question: Which of these is closest to why you don’t take a longer break for lunch?
  15. 15. Finding #7: Workers think highly of their own productivity, but not of others’
  16. 16. Question: How would you rate the following groups overall with regard to their productivity?
  17. 17. Finding #8: Productivity crashes in the afternoon
  18. 18. Question: Thinking about your typical day, when do you find you are most productive and least productive?
  19. 19. Finding #9: Workers like work
  20. 20. Question: How strongly do you agree or disagree with the following statements?
  21. 21. Finding #10: Workers sorta like the people they work with
  22. 22. Question: Which of the following emoji would you use when asked to describe the following aspects of your workday?

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