According to a Gallup survey, 71% of Americans feel “not engaged” or “actively disengaged” at work. During tough economic times, employee engagement probably is not foremost on a manager’s list of concerns, but it should be. When staffers are not engaged, their productivity, and thus the performance of the firm as a whole, suffers. In the current harsh economic climate, when hundreds of businesses are shutting down every day, you cannot afford to sacrifice the productivity of your workers via a lack of engagement, which, unlike the macroeconomy, is something you can influence. To learn more about the importance of employee engagement and how you can improve it, click on the following links:

Re-Engage

The Ownership Quotient

The Art of Engagement

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