It reduces engagement and leads to unhappy employees.
Richard Meyer's insight:
A January Gallup poll reported that only 31.5% of workers in the U.S. were engaged in their jobs in 2014, a slight increase from 29.6% in 2013. A majority of employees (51%) were still "not engaged," and 17.5% were "actively disengaged" in 2014. The current level of 31.5% is the highest level of employee engagement since Gallup began the measurement in 2000
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Year after year, it’s the question asked by hundreds of thousands of people around the world: Is the MBA degree worth it?Does it really make sense to quit a job you already have, interrupt your life for two years and assume a debt burden that can often exceed six figures for the MBA?Many strongly believe it’s only worth the time and expense if you can get into a Top 10 business school. Others see much value in a far broader range of MBA programs. And a fairly good percentage have crunched the nu
Older baby boomers aged 60 to 68 are more engaged in their work than are younger boomers aged 50 to 59, suggesting that engaged workers are most likely to continue working after age 60, possibly because they find their jobs fulfilling.
Facebook has embraced young workers and crafted management techniques around these millennials. Employees are given unusual freedom to choose, and change, assignments and performance reviews are focused on strengths.
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