5 ways to manage disengaged staff

5 ways to manage disengaged staff

According to a recent Gallup study, two-thirds of American workers are disengaged from their jobs - a terrifying stat for any HR practitioner or business leader. 

Yet, this is two-way street, with responsibility not just lying with the employee. With depressed productivity a burning business issue, it's shocking that only 12% of employees in the UK, US and Canada have been asked what would improve their workplace experience. 

The research, compiled by Sage People, found similar data to the Gallup poll: that only one in three people at work are fully motivated and productive. 

And with over nine in 10 millennials, who are soon set to make up over 50% of the workforce, responding to the Sage People survey that a positive working environment drives higher engagement and production, the takeaway for employers is clear: action is needed. 

But what can an employer do to drive higher engagement. 

Using some of Forbes' top tips for driving higher engagement, Executive Grapevine collated the way to deal with disengaged employees. 

Click next to find out more. 



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