Disengagement in Germany’s Workforce
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Marco Nink wrote a post on employee engagement in Germany from Gallup’s perspective. Summarizing Gallup’s research he stated that the percentage of actively disengaged workers fell from 24% to 17% while the percentage of engaged German employees remains stable at 16%, and the percentage of employees who are not engaged increased to 67%. Actively disengaged employees cost Germany between 99 billion and 118 billion euros per year due to lost productivity at work.
Is this what you are seeing? If you work in Germany, what are you doing about it?
To read Nink’s post, click here.
David Zinger is an employee engagement speaker and expert interested in employee engagement around the globe.
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