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The high cost of employee disengagement

All you corporate numbers wonks out there, time to listen up. Heres something new to stuff into your spreadsheets. The Gallup Organization, a leading international survey research and consulting firm, estimates that actively disengaged workers are costing US businesses $300 billion a year in productivity losses! The Gallup Management Journal's se......

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Even if Gallups estimates are off a fair bit, they still suggest that a huge crisis exists in American corporations today. What is causing 7 out of 10 workers to be apathetic toward or totally disengaged by the workplace? According to Gallup, the main culprits are SURPRISE - bad managers. Their data suggests that those in the actively engaged category are extremel......

Full article >>> workers on your companys bottom line, you can show hard quantitative evidence of the productivity losses that result from poor managers and the disengaged employees they create. These numbers will not only get the attention of your leadership, they should be enough to start a productive dialogue with them about the root causes of the problem and the role they need to play in correcting them.
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Source:wistechnology.com By Tony DiRomualdo 07/07/04


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