Forty-seven percent of employers consistently seek employee feedback, and only 37 percent of those employers act on that feedback, according to the Work and Well-Being Survey by the American Psychological Association.

Additionally, more than one-third of employees say they face chronic work stress, low salaries, few advancement opportunities and heavy workloads. Only 39 percent of respondents say they have enough advancement opportunities, and 51 percent of respondents report feeling valued in the workplace.

Meanwhile, 46 percent of respondents say they are properly compensated monetarily, and 43 percent of respondents say they receive nonmonetary recognition. Another 43 percent of respondents say recognition is measured by fair performance evaluations.

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