Thursday, September 15, 2011

Competing to Hire The Best and to Motivate the Rest

"Surveys have suggested that about four out of five employees would leave their current job if they could, but most think they would have trouble finding another one at the moment. A global Gallup survey found that at the average big firm only 33% of employees describe themselves as fully engaged in their work, 49% say they are not engaged and 18% say they are “actively disengaged”. At what Gallup calls “world-class” companies, the proportions are 67%, 26% and 7% respectively."

Sound familiar?

An excellent article in this week's Economist I commend to your review . . .


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