Canadians’ happiness in the workplace increased to 6.8 points out of 10 in April, up slightly from 6.6 in March, according to a new survey by ADP Canada Co.

The survey, which polled 1,200 Canadian workers, found nearly half (47 per cent) said they feel satisfied in their current roles and responsibilities, with respondents continuing to score work-life balance the highest (6.9). Canadians also reported a slight increase in their happiness with recognition and support in the workplace (6.7), compensation and benefits (6.3) and career advancement options (6.1).

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While half (50 per cent) of respondents noted they can voice a contrary opinion at work without fear of negative consequences, just a quarter (24 per cent) said they feel their perspectives are included in decision-making.

Baby boomers (7.5) were the happiest generation, followed by millennials (6.8), generation X (6.5) and generation Z (6.6).

“Building a supportive workplace culture can offer employees a dynamic and engaging space to feel comfortable, express opinions and encourage collaboration,” said Heather Haslam, ADP Canada’s vice president of marketing, in a press release. “Beyond employee retention and wellness, a supportive culture is a key to organizational success, especially during challenging times.”

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