Lack of confidence in leadership across Africa.

Position:EMPLOYER OF CHOICE TOP 100
 
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ALGERIA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

43% thought their company didn't provide opportunities for promotion.

COTE D'IVOIRE

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

Only 65% thought that their organisation tried to employ local rather than international talent.

GHANA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

59% of respondents thought their company provided access to training.

NIGERIA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR Only 48% thought there are no substantial obstacles at work to doing their job well.

ANGOLA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

56% had confidence in their senior leadership.

SOUTH AFRICA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

Only 44% of respondents felt their employers listened to their needs.

UGANDA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

Only 50% said senior leadership had a sincere interest in employees' well-being.

KENYA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

58% thought their performance reviews have helped them improve their performance.

TANZANIA

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

85% of respondents said their immediate manager treats them with respect.

MOZAMBIQUE

KEY ENGAGEMENT FACTOR

41% thought the work arrangements at their organisation are flexible enough to meet their needs.

FLEXIBILITY AT THE WORKPLACE KEY DRIVER FOR WOMEN IN AFRICA

47% of women think that there are no obstacles at work to doing their job well

25% of women said that they have access to training

54% thought that the work arrangements at their organisation are flexible enough to meet their needs

43% of women agreed that their organisation provides opportunitiesfor promotion

97% of women believe that a work-life balance is important

92% of women think that flexible working hours are the most important reason to stay in a job

Caption: Most important and least important drivers

Caption: Employees felt that opportunities to develop skills were the most important drivers to join a company whereas the chance to make an impact quickly was the least important

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