How Managers Can Close the Engagement Gap with Employees

Gallup’s “State of the American Workplace” 2017 survey showed only 30% of employees are engaged, 52% are disengaged, and 18% are actively disengaged. In most organizations, that means less than a third of their employees are actively engaged in the job they do. Signs of an employee who is disengaged include: lack motivation, does not take part even in fun company activities or celebrations, often silent, not enthusiastic about learning new things, or growing their career within the company.

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