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How to Improve Employee Engagement
Over the last 20 years, US companies alone have spent hundreds of millions of dollars per year trying to improve employee engagement in the workplace. And what type of results have we seen with this combination of knowing exactly what drives employee engagement and enormous resources being applied to solving the problem? Almost none. Of course, this begs the question, “Why haven’t we been able to improve employee engagement to any significant degree?” In this article, you’ll discover a clear answer to this question.
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