Only 31.5% of U.S. Employees Are Engaged at Work. Find Out Why?

No matter how well you understand the concept of employee engagement, if you are not able to increase engagement levels in your organization, you are certainly not at the right path.

As stated by Gallup, “The world is facing an employee engagement crisis, with serious and potentially lasting repercussions for the global economy.” Though employers realize the benefits of engaging employees, and also take steps to measure engagement from time to time, employee engagement has hardly shifted a level up over the past decade.

Only 32% U.S. employees are engaged at work. That means there’s a low percentage of employees who are actively involved, enthusiastic and committed to their work and the organization. As a result, employees do not perform to their full potential and organizations are unable to deliver excellent business outcomes. Lack of employee engagement adversely hits a company’s bottom line. So, what is the best way to handle employee disengagement?

Leadership and managers need to understand the reasons that cause disengagement before implementing employee engagement programs and surveys.

Its better late than never. Look at this infographic to get some easy, interesting ideas to build a happy and engaged workforce.

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