Most employees happy with their employerMoney makes men happy, but women more content with a rewarding jobBy 08/30/2006|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 09/08/2006 Organizations should be happy with new survey findings that suggest 89 per cent of Canadians are satisfied with their employer. The survey of 460 Canadians commissioned by Kronos Inc., a software company, also found notable differences in reasons for satisfaction between genders. Having a rewarding and inspiring job was the main reason for employer satisfaction for 29 per cent of women, but among men only 19 per cent selected that option. Being paid well was important to 26 per cent of the men surveyed compared to only 12 per cent of women. Of the men who stated they are not satisfied with their current employer, 44 per cent indicated their satisfaction would improve if they were paid more, compared to 21 per cent of women. Seventeen per cent of women want employers who communicate well with them, and seek their feedback, which was noted by only four per cent of men surveyed. To Read the Full Story, Subscribe or Sign In Remember Me Forgot Password If you are a current Subscriber, please click here to set-up or update your login information.