THE STATE OF THE CURRENT WORKFORCE

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Globally, managers are missing out on the full potential of 85% of their employees. More than two-thirds of employees are just showing up for work, and worse, nearly one in five employees are showing up and making their team members miserable. An Era of Non-Engagement - 18% Actively Disengaged - 67% Not Engageed - 15% Engaged Managers and organizations are failing to create workplaces of high engagement and thriving wellbeing. More than ever, teams rely on the involvement, enthusiasm and commitment of their employees to be successful. The efforts of individual contributors working together have produced many of the world’s greatest discoveries, accomplishments and innovations. According to Gallup’s 2017 State of the Global Workplace report, only 15% of employees worldwide are engaged in their jobs — that is, they are emotionally invested in and focused on creating value for their teams and organizations every day. Gallup’s global study of employee engagement shows that actively disengaged workers — those who are negative and potentially hostile to their team, organization or customers — make up nearly 20% of the workforce. Globally, managers are missing out on the full potential of 85% of their employees. If there is one area that has the potential to transform a team’s or organization’s entire culture and improve business outcomes, it’s building more strengths-based teams. Why? Because it’s proven to have a significant effect on key performance outcomes. The best organizations that use CliftonStrengths in their mission, values and processes see better outcomes in all the metrics that matter to leaders: 15% higher employee engagement 7% higher customer engagement 29% higher profit 72% lower attrition in high-turnover organizations


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