70% of American Employees Are Disengaged in the Workplace–Gallup Report
Do you have an extraordinary workplace culture? Are you and your co-workers excited, inspired, and feeling the deep satisfaction of contributing to the success of your organization?
According to the recent Gallup Report, The State of the American Workplace, 70% of America’s 100 million workers are disengaged at work. Nearly one-fifth of those people were so disengaged at the office that they were actively undermining their co-workers’ work. “These employees, who have bosses from hell that make them miserable, roam the halls spreading discontent. The other 50 million (50%) American workers are not engaged. They’re just kind of present, but not inspired by their work or their managers. Having too few engaged employees means our workplaces are less safe, employees have more quality defects, and disengagement — which results from terrible managers — is driving up the country’s healthcare costs,” states Gallup’s Chairman and CEO, Jim Clifton.
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