May 3, 2015
A recent Gallup survey showed that only 31.5 percent of U.S. employees were engaged in their jobs last year. This number is slightly up from the previous year and at its highest level since it was first measured in 2000, but the low percentage is indicative of the continued need to provide better working conditions that enhance productivity, increase employee satisfaction, and ensure profitability.
According to research done by Gallup, companies that are successful in maintaining a high rate of employee engagement typically employ the following tactics:
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About the AuthorLinda Anderson has been part of the Zoe Training & Consulting team for the past 22 years and is committed to providing impactful training solutions to the organizations Zoe Training serves. She has served in many capacities within Zoe Training such as staff writer, website content developer, and client account manager.