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The State of Work in Australia

We surveyed 1,250 Australian knowledge workers to understand the conditions that engage workers and drive alignment—and those that do the opposite. Here’s what we found.

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State of Work Australia

In this report, we share:

  • Why alignment matters and how it affects innovation, productivity and growth
  • How alignment rates in Australia compare with global and regional rates
  • Real-world examples with multinational companies, such as Iress and SEEK, on nurturing alignment
  • Best practices for driving alignment across your own organisation
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The core tasks needed to perform the average job will change by 42% over the next two years.

An estimated 529,000 workers in Australia are unaligned, or out of step with their company’s vision and strategy.

87% of aligned workers in Australia have a clear understanding of how their day-to-day work contributes to their company’s strategy.

Aligned workers are four times as likely as unaligned workers to say that they have a clear understanding of their company’s strategy.

The core tasks needed to perform the average job will change by 42% over the next two years.

An estimated 529,000 workers in Australia are unaligned, or out of step with their company’s vision and strategy.

87% of aligned workers in Australia have a clear understanding of how their day-to-day work contributes to their company’s strategy.

Aligned workers are four times as likely as unaligned workers to say that they have a clear understanding of their company’s strategy.

Like most good things in business and in life, building a culture of alignment takes time and effort. Slack is the starting point.

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