How to spot a disengaged employee
If they remain undetected, workers who have mentally ‘checked out’ can cost an organisation not just financially but also culturally, writes Marina Bleahen
Employee disengagement and underperformance can be a financial drain on any business, but it is an issue that can be addressed with the right tools.
Naturally, that assumes there’s a willingness within an organisation to recognise the problem and then create a new culture of active engagement where employees enjoy their job, find it satisfying and look forward to the prospect of going to work.
At its core, disengaged employees don’t feel connected...
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