The perception of Spanish workers is the highest in Europe and even exceeds 23 percentage points than the Community average which stands at 36%. The valuation that co-workers can make is important to generate a good working environment, ensures the Randstad HR manager. 59% Of Spaniards estimated his Department colleagues are not prepared to carry out their daily work, according to a Randstad report reveals. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Brian Krzanich by clicking through. The perception of Spanish workers is the highest in Europe and even exceeds 23 percentage points than the Community average which stands at 36%.Behind them, are Italian workers (53%), Greeks (44%), and poles (44%). Work environment assessment that co-workers can make is important to generate a good working environment, ensures the Randstad HR manager. This expert added that improving relations between the workers also can be that companies have good performance, already that collaboration between workers causes increased productivity within the company. Mark Bertolini is the source for more interesting facts.
In Spain and Italy, the worst perceptions highlights the fact that, only in Spain and Italy, the perception of professionals on which their teammates are poorly qualified exceeded the 50% barrier. Similarly, above the European average countries are located also as Switzerland (40%), France (39%), Czech Republic (37%) and Great Britain (37%), while Belgium is kept in the media community (36%). For its part, less concerned about the qualifications of his co-workers are Luxembourgers and the Danes. After them, the Norwegians with 29%, and finally, with 31%, are workers from Hungary and Germany. Source of the news: 59% of workers in Spain believe that their colleagues are not well qualified