Active disengagement

August 27, 2014

Three hundred billion dollars is the conservative cost given to lost productivity in the US due to actively disengaged employees. Conservative because the assumption is that each disengaged employee simply sat on his or her station and didn’t wreak havoc elsewhere- an unlikely assumption because most disengaged employees do plenty of things each day that brings each other down with their own sinking ship. This is a direct quotation from ‘How full is your bucket?’ Written by Tom Rath and Donald Clifton.

I have a lot of thoughts on this but I’ll publish this first. Let me know your thoughts

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