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by Jon Clifton

In countries around the world, how happy citizens are tells a lot about where their country is headed.

by Jane Miller

Learn how to start a conversation about the level of acceptance, respect and inclusion in your organization.

Opinion
by Bryant Ott

Learn how committing to a performance development approach can arm your managers to lead their employees and teams to greater outcomes.

By Steve Crabtree

Amid concerns about slow growth in U.K. labor productivity, Gallup reveals engagement among U.K. employees has fallen to dismal levels since 2012.

by Kevin G. Campbell

With a focus on the right recruitment messages, attracting quality candidates in hard-to-fill roles is achievable for any organization in any industry.

by Audris Campbell and Cynthia English

Many adults in the U.S. suffer from back pain. Most prefer to try non-drug treatments to manage it.

by Audrey Pereira and Pablo Diego-Rosell

Food insecurity persists in high- and low-income countries alike. Across 147 countries, four in 10 children under 15 live with an adult who is food insecure.

U.S. adults who attend technical or vocational programs are most likely to say they received advice on their field of study from informal social networks, with a high percentage (86%) saying this guidance was helpful.

by Ben Wigert and Annamarie Mann

Managers can improve performance by ensuring that annual reviews are achievement-oriented, fair and accurate, and developmental.

by Brandon Busteed

Colleges and universities need alumni to serve as mentors for current students and help them get internships.

by Elsa Steiner, Nikola Yager and Kristen Lee, Guest Contributors

New research on child marriage using Gallup's World Poll shows how many young people worldwide are married and what their lives are like.

by Nate Dvorak

As the lines between work, remote work and vacation are blurring, traditional vacation policies may need to be revisited.

by Valerie J. Calderon and Nate Dvorak

Americans' confidence in public schools increased in 2017, reaching an eight-year high. But there's still enormous opportunity for growth.

by Alyssa Davis

Nearly eight in 10 Americans prefer drug-free ways to treat their physical pain. More communication between doctors and patients about drug-free alternatives could help reduce deaths from prescription opioid abuse.

by Jonathan Rothwell

People living in places that shifted employment from manufacturing to other sectors do not evaluate their lives lower than those living in other areas.

by Tim Hodges

More than four in 10 U.S. public school superintendents are engaged at work. They play an important leadership role in creating a culture of engagement for their district staff and students.

When evaluating employee perks, companies should avoid chasing after trendy offerings that may initially attract employees, but fail to retain them.

by Valerie J. Calderon

Going back to school is better for students who know an adult at school cares about them.

Opinion
by Brandon Busteed

"Liberal" is politically charged, and "arts" has a negative connotation regarding improving graduates' job prospects.

Opinion
by Larry Emond

Some companies have massively boosted their number of engaged employees, while others have not. Find out what makes the difference.