Creating and maintaining an engaged workforce

Study of U.S. employees shows lack of engagement even though most are pitching in to help their companies in a tough economic climate
||Last Updated: 01/12/2004


mployees south of the border have stepped up to the plate in the tough U.S. economic climate, doing what’s needed to keep themselves and their companies afloat.

But a new U.S. study of 35,000 employees shows that while employees are working hard, their level of engagement is relatively low and that could have serious long-term implications for companies trying to retain top talent as the economy improves and the job market opens up.