According to a 2015 Gallup poll, 32 percent of overall workers in the U.S. were considered engaged in their jobs, while 50.8 percent were “not engaged” and 17.2 percent were “actively disengaged.” Employee engagement significantly influences a company’s productivity. Businesses that focus on the development and growth of their employees are better able to keep their employees engaged, benefiting the entire organization. Here are a few suggestions to support employee engagement.
The Benefits of Employee Development for Increasing Engagement
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<p style="clear:both;margin-bottom:20px;"><a href="https://healthcaremba.gwu.edu/blog/benefits-employee-development-increasing-engagement/"><img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/utep-uploads/wp-content/uploads/healthcarembagwu/2019/03/06104357/The-Benefits-of-Employee-Development-Final.png" alt="" style="max-width:100%;" /></a></p><p style="clear:both;margin-bottom:20px;"><a href="https://healthcaremba.gwu.edu" target="_blank">The George Washington University </a></p>