Employees who felt they had significant growth (79% happy) in their organization were much happier than the employees who thought they had only moderate growth (57% happy), And of course, employees who responded that they had no growth (16% happy) were very unhappy.
From December 9th to 31st 2019, Blind, a community where more than 3.2 million verified professionals communicate anonymously online, surveyed a total of 10,129 users and asked the following questions:
Q1. In 2019, how much growth do you think you had while working at your organization?
- Significant Growth
- Moderate Growth
- No Growth
Q2. Are you happy at your current workplace?
Blind received survey responses from a total of 10,129 users. In order to rank companies, Blind gave each company a personal growth score by giving more weight to “significant growth” over “moderate growth” and for “no growth,” a score of 0.
- Bloomberg, JUUL, Cruise Automation, Facebook, and Spotify ranked top 5 on our list, where employees thought they had the most growth in 2019 — followed by Wayfair, Google, Lyft, Walmart, and Uber.
- Not surprisingly, employees who felt they had significant growth (79% happy) in their organization were much happier than the employees who thought they had only moderate growth (57% happy), And of course, employees who responded that they had no growth (16% happy) were very unhappy.
Companies with the Happiest Employees: % of employees that responded happy
Companies with the Least Happy Employees: % of employees that responded not happy
|JPMorgan Chase & Co.||69.23%|