- An internal Facebook survey shows employees are losing confidence in leadership, and only 47% provided favorable responses about their “intent to stay.”
- As the media giant faces a potential exodus due to a series of publicized crises, results from its latest “Pulse” poll were released internally, and it’s not good news.
- Employees are losing confidence in leadership, with favorable feedback down 7% and positive responses for “optimism” down 11% since the first half of this year.
Ashley Stewart from Insider writes:
“An internal Facebook survey shows employees are losing confidence in leadership and less than half provided favorable responses about their “intent to stay,” even as they grow more satisfied with direct managers, according to an internal survey viewed by Insider.
The social media giant, which recently changed its name to Meta, measures employee sentiment twice a year in an internal survey called “Pulse.” Insider viewed companywide results from the latest poll, released to employees this month. The company is said to be facing a potential exodus after a series of crises.
Staff provided overwhelmingly favorable responses to a section defined as, “what everyone at Facebook thinks about their direct managers” with categories such as people (84% favorable responses), collaboration (83%), and team impact (85%).
The responses were less favorable in sections about how employees felt about Facebook, and how they felt about their personal experience at the company.
A second section, measuring “what everyone at Facebook thinks about the company,” received 65% favorable responses, down 2 percentage points from the previous survey earlier in 2021…”
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