Employee Engagement in the Modern Workforce

08 Aug 2014 12:30 | JHRS (Administrator)

Employee engagement is the emotional commitment an employee has to an organization and its goals. But employee engagement doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone. Unfortunately, only 1-in-3 employees are engaged, with the other roughly 70 percent costing businesses $300 billion annually in the U.S. With new and diverse people being born and entering the workforce every day, a tailored plan to engage them needs to be established.

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