Research highlights disengaged workforce

E. F.
November 2009
Workforce Management;11/16/2009, Vol. 88 Issue 12, p22
The article focuses on a survey conducted by the journal regarding drop in overall employees engagement in the U.S., during the global recession 2009. It was found in the survey that engagement had decreased a little or a lot at their organization since the recession began. Twenty seven percent of respondents said that engagement had stayed the same, and 28 percent said it had increased. It was also revealed that organizations with layoffs were more likely to see a drop in engagement.


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