Businesses appear to be at a critical tipping point in their ability to maintain engagement.

According to Gallup, 70% of American workers are not engaged. They estimate that these disengaged employees cost the U.S. between $450 billion to $550 billion each year in lost productivity.

A 2012 Towers-Watson Global Workforce Study found that 52% of employees either do not trust or are unsure about their level of trust in their leaders.

What is meant by engagement?

Engagement is about creating an emotional connection between employees and their work so that they want to put in the extra effort.

How can it be measured against profitability?

Countless studies have shown a clear correlation between high levels of employee engagement and improved operational and financial results.

A Company’s #1 Asset; Their PEOPLE!

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