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10 Shocking Stats About Employee Engagement [Infographic]

Are these percentages shocking? Perhaps not to those of us who’re very intimately acquainted with the typical work scene. Likewise, perhaps not to those of us who’ve been following the issue of work engagement for a long while and are familiar with what studies have been saying. However, it’s important for leaders and managers to familiarize themselves with the concept of engagement, its implications, and what may be the reality at their organization. Take a look at this infographic, see if this describes the scenario at your organization, and share! Read more of this post

Injecting Fun & Excitement into Work Through Gamification

Avid gamers are all too familiar with this sequence of events: Your stomach is growling and you start to feel a strong urge to use the restroom but you think, “After the next level!” Hours later, being transfixed by your own progress through a difficult stage in the game, you still haven’t budged as the next big “level up” is quickly approaching and you’re trying, with all the inner strength you can muster, to ignore “nature’s calls.” I think it’s safe to say that, for a majority of us, this level of engrossment is rarely found at our jobs. This is why, at a much earlier stage in my life, my dream was to be a video game tester. Upon looking around at the different types of jobs and career paths out there, I didn’t think this level of absorption and investment could be experienced elsewhere. However, my current understanding is that there hasn’t been a whole lot of interest and effort to produce this type of engagement at most organizations. So I ask disengaged workers, wouldn’t it be great to feel just a tad like this at your job? Read more of this post

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