Remote working and accelerated digitization: these are the new norms and challenges for HR departments and companies post-pandemic.
The Factorial team gained valuable insight into a variety of topics such as: How have companies coped with these changes? What challenges have they faced? As well as addressing other topics such as the gender pay gap and salary differences across job roles.
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Thousands of organizations, including small and medium-sized companies from different sectors, have shared with us how the HR industry has changed in 2021.
HR managers and specialists, team leaders, operations staff, and even IT teams, all professionals in charge of managing the employee life cycle (recruitment, hiring, onboarding, training, offboarding) are included in this study.
Companies from all over the world have participated, from North America to Europe and Latin America.
Below you will be able to see the data, graphs and conclusions corresponding to the US HR Study. To see the global data,
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The US population spends a quarter of the day connected to the Internet. The 2020 confinement accelerated its usage and, currently, the number of mobile phones exceeds the population with over 380 million lines in use.
The pandemic has increased workplace stress levels by 33.3%.
The uncertainty caused by the COVID-19 crisis has generated work stress and 29.3% of employees believe that this has negatively affected productivity in their companies.
Among the voluntary participants in this study, 61.7% identified as females working in HR, while 38.3% identified as males.
The HR profile is about equality. However, when we talk about management positions, more than 2,500 male employees earn up to $60,000 a year, while women receive salaries well below that amount.