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The ADP Canada monthly Happiness@Work Index (“Index”) for August reports the highest score to date with an increase in happiness levels across generations and regions. The only workers reporting a decrease in their Work Happiness Scores for August are those located in Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
The National Work Happiness Score for August 2023 is 6.8/10, representing an increase of 0.1 points from July 2023.
August 2023 Happiness@Work Index Highlights
- National Work Happiness Score: 6.8/10 (+0.1) *
- Indicator Breakdown
- Primary Indicator: 7.0/10 (+0.1) *
- Secondary Indicators:
- Work-Life Balance and Flexibility: 7.0/10 (+0.1) *
- Recognition and Support: 6.6/10 (+0.1) *
- Compensation and Benefits: 6.3/10 (+0.1) *
- Options for Career Advancement: 6.1/10 (+0.1) *
The August Index reveals that the primary indicator of worker happiness is at 7.0/10, an increase of +0.1 from July (6.9/10), and means that 46 per cent of workers in Canada say they feel satisfied with their current role and responsibilities. The top secondary indicators continue to be work-life balance and recognition; however, all indicators report an increase in August.
The August Index also reveals positive changes for most workers in Canada across generations and regions around their feelings of happiness in the workplace:
National Work Happiness Score: Generational Snapshot
- Boomers (59+): 7.5/10 (+0.3) *
- Gen-Z (18-26): 6.9/10 (+0.2) *
- Millennials (27-42): 6.7/10
- Gen-X (43-58): 6.6/10
Regional Work Happiness Score Snapshot
- Québec: 7.1/10 (+0.1) *
- British Columbia: 6.9/10 (+0.2) *
- Atlantic Canada: 6.8/10 (+0.3) *
- Alberta: 6.8/10 (+0.2) *
- Ontario: 6.7/10 (+0.1) *
- Sask/Manitoba: 6.6/10 (-0.2) *
*Variation against July 2023 scores
For further information about the August Happiness@Work Index, click here.
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