Workplace Culture

By the numbers: How employee engagement is trending

By Grey Litaker, Rick Bell

Jan. 30, 2020

Engaging employees is a struggle for many employers, despite the many practical or trendy solutions that different thought leaders and advisers suggest. Workforce is spending the month of February collecting old and new articles about employee engagement in one place. Meanwhile, the Human Capital Media research department gathered data to explore why engagement matters and how many employees are disengaged.

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Grey Litaker is a data scientist at Human Capital Media.

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