Why Employee Engagement Is Critical to Corporate Success

As human resources experts study corporate culture, they're seeing employees who demand more input and opportunity within the workplace—and give less in return, if those things aren't provided.

One recent ADP report found that when workers become disengaged because they are bored, dissatisfied or uninspired by their job, each employee can represent more than $2,000 in annual loss. At that cost, a business with 100 on staff and a wave of disengagement stands to drain away some $60,000 per year — more than the median income of one U.S. household.

Why engagement matters

As the stats add up, the picture of how disengagement threatens companies continues to sharpen.

  • Only 30% of employees in a recent Gallup poll said they felt engaged by the work they do

Read more: Mashable


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