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What employees really, really want from you

Discover three key themes defining what today’s workers need. This survey from Slack and Kelton Research dives deep into the tools and techniques to keep high-performing teams aligned, collaborative, and productive.

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What employees really, really want from you E-Book
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In this e-book you’ll find insights on:

  • Trust and transparency. Find out why 80% of workers want to know more about how decisions are made in their organization and 87% want their future company to be transparent.
  • Team connection. Read how meaningful connections between teammates fuel team satisfaction, and how to foster them.
  • Collaboration tools. Learn why 31% of workers are “extremely satisfied” with their current work communication tools.
It starts by listening.

“To be nimble in what we’re doing and to be able to adapt quickly, we needed a tool like Slack.”

Jay KlineDirector of Technology - Engineering Enablement, Target

“Agility is part of our working philosophy, and Slack enhances lean communication flows within our growing organization.”

Corentine AronicaCorporate Communications, trivago

“Coming together in Slack channels allows us to easily discuss day-to-day management topics. That’s invaluable.”

Benjamin SternsmithArea Vice President of Sales, Lyft Business

“Someone new that joins the company tomorrow has access to all of the conversations we’ve had since we’ve been using Slack because it’s sitting there in a channel.”

Brent ChudobaChief Revenue Officer, SurveyMonkey

“To be nimble in what we’re doing and to be able to adapt quickly, we needed a tool like Slack.”

Jay KlineDirector of Technology - Engineering Enablement, Target

“Agility is part of our working philosophy, and Slack enhances lean communication flows within our growing organization.”

Corentine AronicaCorporate Communications, trivago

“Coming together in Slack channels allows us to easily discuss day-to-day management topics. That’s invaluable.”

Benjamin SternsmithArea Vice President of Sales, Lyft Business

“Someone new that joins the company tomorrow has access to all of the conversations we’ve had since we’ve been using Slack because it’s sitting there in a channel.”

Brent ChudobaChief Revenue Officer, SurveyMonkey

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