Category: Researches

Zimbabwe 2019: National Employee Engagement Benchmarking Report
Employee Engagement is defined as a heightened emotional connection that an employee feels for his or her organisation that influences him or her to exert greater discretionary effort to his or her work. A study conducted by Gallup, Inc. in the 1990s identified Employee Engagement as the most important factor in helping companies grow. Several, […]
The State of Zimbabwean Corporate Leadership Survey
Introduction Industrial Psychology Consultants (IPC) has carried out a survey to evaluate the state of corporate leadership in Zimbabwe. The aim of the survey was to gauge how employees generally evaluate the quality of leadership in organisations. Two hundred and twenty-seven (227) participants across all sectors responded to this survey. Key Findings 68.3% of the […]
Payment of salaries in forex
Introduction Industrial Psychology Consultants (IPC) carried out a survey on payment of salaries in forex. The aim of the survey was to understand the prevalence of payment of salaries in hard currency and how companies are financing these practices. The economy has experienced significant changes since July 2018. The introduction of the Transitional Stabilisation Program […]
Student on attachment experience survey 2019
Introduction Industrial Psychology Consultants (IPC) carried out a survey to evaluate the attachment experience of students in Zimbabwean universities. The aim of the survey was to identify the relevance, advantages and disadvantages of industrial attachment as part of the curriculum of the universities in Zimbabwe from the students’ perspective. This survey contains a total of […]
Sick Leave Trends Survey
Introduction Absence due to sickness is of great concern and has huge economic and social consequences. The aim of this survey was to find the rate at which employees fake sick leave. Employees were asked questions related to sick leave and the general economic climate. Executive Summary In this survey, we investigated sick leave trends […]
Zimbabwean employers have traditionally offered their employees a number of benefits as part of trying to attract and retain them. It is incumbent upon employers to periodically check if their perks are in line with what employees need and their ability to pay and sustain such benefits. We surveyed over 500 employees across all sectors […]
Employment Conditions Survey
Introduction The employment conditions survey was conducted to gauge employee confidence in the current economic environment. Employees were asked questions related to their employment and the general economic climate. Key Findings The majority of the participants in this survey (90%) are currently employed. 59% of participants are in managerial level and 41% are in non-managerial […]
Ranking of Local Universities (Zimbabwe) by Quality of Graduates: An Employer’s Perspective
Industrial Psychology Consultants (Pvt) Ltd carried out a survey to gauge the perceptions of employers with regard to the quality of graduates coming out of local Universities. The survey targeted Human Resources Professionals specifically and extended the invitation to other senior managerial roles. These participants were chosen for their experience in recruiting and selecting graduates […]
Survey Report: Is Ordinary Level Maths Necessary To Enter Into College?
This report is part of a series of research we do on a regular basis to assist, professionals, aspiring and seasoned, business leaders and employees make better decisions that uplift the performance of their organisations. The aim of this particular research was to evaluate whether the general workforce in Zimbabwe perceive the policy of Ordinary […]
Employee Confidence Index
We recently undertook a national employee confidence survey that assessed employees’ outlook and perceptions on a number of issues pertaining to the economy, employers, job security and employment opportunities. 262 participants responded to this survey. Employee Confidence Index is 66 percent in the first quarter of 2018 compared to 71 percent in the last quarter […]