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Majority of workers see bright future for employers

Next year, companies may see improvements in their employee reward program results, as more workers are looking optimistically to the future.

Next year, companies may see improvements in their employee reward program results, as more workers are looking optimistically to the future.

According to a recent study from Randstad U.S., employees believe 2013 will be better in regards to both jobs and the economy. In fact, 60 percent expect to see a stronger employment market.

However, this doesn't mean more workers are planning to leave their positions. The survey staff members feel positive about their employers, with nearly 50 percent predicting companies will expand their workforces in 2013 and almost 80 percent believe their firms have a rosy future ahead of them.

"Today we see employees are very positive about their future prospects and are hopeful to regain any economic momentum lost," said Jim Link, managing director of human resources for Randstad U.S. "As optimism increases, employee engagement will be increasingly important for companies' retention efforts."

Such a positive outlook may make it easier for firms to engage staff members with rewards initiatives, as feelings of optimism and connection increase.

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