You know the disengaged employee: the one who comes in a few minutes late every day, takes a longer lunch break than he should, takes infinite smoke breaks, has no care for customer service, and passes the blame every chance he gets — even if the issue is his fault. He just doesn’t care.
That guy’s costing you more than you might think.
The Bureau of National Affairs reports that employee turnover costs U.S. businesses $11B annually. The cause? Nearly three-quarters of employees in the American workforce are not engaged — 71% to be exact.
That’s a lot.
If your employees are in that number, you’ll find the Dale Carnegie Institute’s eye-opening infographic below invaluable. It not only provides the national employee engagement snapshot, but how to reconcile with the disinterested, unmotivated employees.
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Employee engagement infographic – An infographic by the team at Dale Carnegie Training Employee Engagement Infographic
Thumbnail image at top taken from the Dale Carnegie Institute infographic.