10 Employee Engagement Statistics you NEED to know

If an employee is not engaged they are not productive. This can stem from a number of different employee related issues such as; little to no work-life balance, poor relationships at work, an employee not feeling appreciated and many other things. Issues alike these can lead to problems with retention of employees and a significant decrease in revenue or sales for the business as a result of an employee being disengaged within their work.
Here are some statistics that you NEED to know as an employer.

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