A NEW REPORT JUST RELEASED SHOWS THAT WHEN IT COMES TO EMPLOYEE HAPPINESS, SMALL BUSINESSES MAY HAVE AN EDGE OVER THE CORPORATE GIANTS.
WHILE THEY HIT IT OUT OF THE PARK IN MANY WAYS, THE SURVEY ALSO FOUND ONE AREA WHERE THE LITTLE GUYS CAN TAKE A CUE FROM THEIR CORPORATE COUNTERPARTS.
HERE WITH MORE ON THE 2017 SMALL BUSINESS HAPPINESS REPORT, AND TIPS FOR IMPROVING EMPLOYEE HAPPINESS – IS AFLAC’S HUMAN RESOURCES EXPERT MATTHEW OWENBY.
TELL US ABOUT THE SURVEY AND ITS FINDINGS.
WHAT DID THE SURVEY TELL US ABOUT WHY SMALL BUSINESS EMPLOYEES TEND TO BE HAPPIER?
WHAT SHOULD SMALL BUSINESSES TAKE AWAY FROM THESE FINDINGS?
TELL US A LITTLE MORE ABOUT THE ROLE OF COMPANY CULTURE IN EMPLOYEE HAPPINESS.
HOW CAN LISTENERS LEARN MORE ABOUT THE HAPPINESS REPORT RESULTS?
Aflac Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
Matthew Owenby joined Aflac in early 2012 as vice president of HR Business Partners, bringing with him more than a decade of HR experience at Bank of America and General Electric. In his role, he instituted the business partner model at Aflac and led HR strategic planning to help the business meet its goals. He took a lead role during the organizational transformation process, helping Aflac build teams with the skills and tools needed to take on the challenges ahead. He most recently served as vice president of Human Resources. He assumed his current position in May 2015 where he leads the effort to apply Aflac’s global initiatives while providing strategic direction for both the Human Resources and Leadership.
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