According to Gallup, lack of employee engagement costs American businesses $450 billion to $550 billion a year. This chunk of money could significantly shrink if more companies emphasized employee engagement.
Studies show that less than a third of American workers are engaged at their jobs. The same studies indicate that engaged employees are more productive, communicative, creative and positive. In addition, they’re less likely to quit.
We all want to make a contribution at work, to feel our talents are being well used. As Senator Robert Kennedy said, “You’re happiest when you’re making the greatest contribution.”
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