They score better in customer ratings, are more profitable and have better productivity1!
The latest academic literature makes for depressing reading. Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace study finds that only 13% of employees are engaged at work2. The Quantum Workplace 2015 employee engagement trends report also finds 31.4% of workers are either just ‘contributing’ (24.3%) or ‘disengaged’ (7.1%), as a result of uncertain feelings toward their workplace3. Your organisation might not be following this trend, however…
1 Gallup (2013), How Employee Engagement Drives Growth
2 Gallup (2013), State of the Global Workplace
3 Quantum Workplace (2015), Employee Engagement Trends Report
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