About Steven Buck

Steven Buck is Glint’s Head of People Science for the EMEA region. He is a Registered and Chartered Occupational Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society with over 20 years’ direct experience in the field of employee research and organisational development. He specialises in qualitative interviews, focus group facilitation, questionnaire design, results analysis and presentation to leadership teams, integrating advanced statistical analyses, and survey follow-up action planning workshops. Steven was born in Germany and grew up in Hong Kong. Prior to joining Glint, Steven was at CEB/Gartner, IBM/Kenexa and Willis Towers-Watson.

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Furlough schemes are leaving isolated staff down in the dumps

Furlough schemes are leaving isolated staff down in the dumps

furlough isolationSince March, Glint has been creating a dataset which now consists of 7 million survey responses from employees around the world and across a broad range of industries. Our aim is to take the pulse of the global workforce to see how it’s faring with our ongoing global health crisis and to understand its effects on work. The recent August report shows that pandemic-related layoffs and furloughs have hit employees hard. 56 percent of respondents report feeling less happy at work after seeing co-workers furloughed or laid off. Half of respondents say their organisation’s layoffs or furlough plans have had a negative impact on their workload (50 percent) and their sense of belonging or community at work (47 percent). More →

Many people are demoralised, disconnected and worried. We need to talk about that.

Many people are demoralised, disconnected and worried. We need to talk about that.

Since March, Glint has been creating a dataset which now consists of 7 million survey responses from employees around the world and across a broad range of industries. Our aim is to take the pulse of the global workforce to see how it’s faring with our ongoing global health crisis and to understand its effects on work. More →

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