Employee Engagement ... Are Your Workers “Checked in” or “Checked Out?”

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Employee Engagement ... Are Your Workers “Checked in” or “Checked Out?”

Employers large and small are concerned about the question of employee engagement. Increasingly experts are finding that most American workers are not very “engaged” on the job. By definition engaged employees are more productive, in tune with the organization’s goals, and enthusiastic about performing their jobs. However, surveys conducted by the Gallup Organization paint a very dark picture when it comes to the question “How engaged are American workers?” The answer is… Not very engaged.