Satisfaction with Current Employment

Results show that the most critical evaluation by employees was concerning their salaries, both when assessing their current pay level and, in particular, the prospects for its increase and also job security. In response to the question about the care employees receive from their companies, we recorded an approximately balanced proportion of those who were satisfied and those who were not. When other aspects of current employment were surveyed, satisfaction prevailed; almost three quarters of respondents were satisfied with the interesting aspects of their work or how their skills and qualifications were utilised.

If we compare responses provided by employees with those provided by the owners of small, medium and large enterprises, we can see that the owners of the small, medium and large enterprises are usually relatively more satisfied.