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Employee Engagement survey highlights sub-Saharan Africa

The second annual 2013 Sub-Saharan Africa Employee Engagement Survey, conducted by Aon Hewitt and Emergence Growth, further highlights that employees across multiple continents are expecting higher degrees of engagement with their employers, and that remuneration, pension/provident fund and performance bonuses remain of key importance to employees.


While the Sub Sahara Africa overall engagement increased to over 70, the South African score decreased to 68, but remains above the global average of 60.

This year comprises feedback from over 207 organisations across Sub-Saharan Africa, representing over 750 000 employees (an increase of over 100%). The report, which was first released in 2012, was the first time that a detailed comparison of employee engagement across different countries and regions in Africa had been conducted.

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