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Statistics on Collaboration in the Workplace

Collaboration is not only important for teams, but also for organizations as a whole. Here are some statistics that show how collaboration is valued and practiced by employers and employees:

  • About 75% of employers rate teamwork and collaboration as being very important, yet only 18% of employees get communication evaluations at their performance reviews.

  • About 56% of employers use online collaboration tools and social media to communicate with employees, while only 28% provide training on how to use them effectively.

  • Over 60% of Generation X and Millennials would collaborate more through visual means, such as diagrams, charts, or videos.

  • Employees now spend about 50% more time engaged in collaborative work, which increases productivity by up to 30%.

  • Companies that promote collaboration and communication at work have been linked to reducing employee turnover rates by 50%.

Collaboration is a key skill for any professional who wants to thrive in the modern workplace. By collaborating with others effectively using various tools and platforms, employees can boost their productivity, enhance their engagement, reduce their costs, increase their innovation, improve their quality, achieve better results, create more value for themselves and for their organizations. Therefore, collaboration is not only important but also beneficial for both individuals and organizations alike.

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