Disengaged employees cost U.S. companies up to $550 billion a year, proving that employee engagement is a lot more than a buzzword. It is essential to businesses and their livelihood, as much as it is essential to employees. With the current unemployment rate at a low 4.0%, it is a candidate-driven job market, which makes it increasingly important (and challenging) to acquire and also retain top talent. When employees are highly engaged, the emotional connection between individuals and their jobs is statistically proven to reflect positively on business outcomes.
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