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Why Do I Keep Seeing The Same Research Data On Employee Engagement?

Employee engagement is on everyone’s mind lately, and with the increased focus on this critical driver of performance and the customer experience, research and consulting companies are releasing results of surveys and studies on a very regular basis. Gallup conducts an annual survey on engagement levels. Deloitte released the results of a study that addressed the gap between acknowledgement of the employee engagement challenge and the effort to address it. And Melcrum just released a white paper with nine observations on common practices by Internal Communications professionals to improve employee engagement. Add research by Gartner, the Conference Board, and others, and it can become quite overwhelming to absorb and process the data. And yet it all supports the same conclusion: employee engagement is a major challenge facing companies today and we have not successfully moved the needle for the past 15 years.

Posted by Rick DeMarco at 11:00am

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70% Of The US Workforce Is Not Actively Engaged

Businesses are getting smarter every day. Big data and predictive analytics have allowed companies to operate more efficiently and effectively. Globalization has forced collaboration in real time from all ends of the Earth; fostering innovation as the array of knowledge inputs expands exponentially.

Posted by Matt Manning at 11:00am

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Global Organizations Face Looming Crisis in Engagement and Retention of Employees

Lack of employee engagement is the top issue currently facing 87 percent of HR and business leaders (up from 79 percent last year), according to Deloitte’s third annual “Global Human Capital Trends 2015: Leading in the New World of Work” report released today. Yet, the majority of organizations are still failing to take action to improve their culture, potentially jeopardizing future growth.

Posted by Allan Steinmetz at 9:05am

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How Millennial Are You?

As Millennials continue to become a hot topic of discussion, you may ask yourself if you fall into the category of being a Millennial. Pew Research Center created an online survey to help you identify your generation. The 15 part questionnaire prompts questions ranging from how frequently you text to if you have a tattoo or not. Take it here.

Posted by Allan Steinmetz at 6:05pm

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