Despite the movement of leaders driving employee engagement, there are still many organizations who are naysayers to the benefits of a happy workforce. And it's really not their fault since engagement isn't a tangible factor people can measure in the workplace. Or is it?
Employee engagement directly impacts the bottom line of any organization. The happier an employee is, the more drive they have to continue to produce and inspire their coworkers. How much so? According to the infographic put together by Mindjet, the cost of lost productivity due to actively disengaged employees is $370 billion annually.
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