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By Steve Crabtree

Leaders worldwide have realized that they must make better use of their most vital and sustainable resource: human capital.

By Steve Crabtree

With 15% of employees worldwide engaged in their jobs, it's clear that organizations must better harness the basic human desire for development.

by Annamarie Mann

Is there a connection between having friends at work and employee performance? Absolutely -- especially for women.

by Shannon Mullen O'Keefe

Help employees feel alive in their roles -- and improve performance -- by understanding and tapping into their natural interests.

Opinion
by Brandon Busteed

Colleges are supposed to be learning organizations. But their staff and faculty rank lower than other U.S. employees do in measures of learning and growth.

by Marco Nink

Male or female, the majority of German managers fail to engage their employees. The fix? Leaders must turn their focus toward talent.

Midterm elections are notoriously perilous for the president's party, and Trump's approval rating only makes matters worse. Can he produce another surprise?

by Mike McDonald

Performance measurement should inspire employees to improve. Discover how managers can motivate employees through six key areas of focus.

by Zac Auter

Gallup's research on higher education in 2017 illuminated the serious issues facing U.S. colleges and universities.

by Tom Nolan

Discover the biggest threat to your company's benefits program and how to counteract it.

by Jim Harter

Flawed performance management is at the root of the employee engagement crisis. What steps can organizations take to fix their systems?

By Steve Crabtree

One in three working-age adults worldwide have the type of jobs that are the true gauges of economic productivity and inclusiveness.

by Ed O'Boyle

With the right analytics and interventions, HR leaders can increase engagement and set themselves apart as influential strategists.

by Amy Adkins

What trends and topics shaped the workforce in 2017? Gallup editors share their picks for the top articles from the past year.

by Brandon Busteed

A majority of Republicans say colleges and universities have a negative effect on the U.S. Could this have a long-term impact on higher education -- and on the country itself?

by Annamarie Mann and Bailey Nelson

When roles don't lend themselves to time and place flexibility, leaders should explore other avenues for providing similar perks.

by Jake Herway

Discover the four questions that enable managers to create a culture of psychological safety on their teams.

by Ryan Pendell

Reduce turnover and retain more of your workforce with four tips for "re-recruiting" high performers.

by Jade Wood and Bailey Nelson

The success of any well-being initiative hinges on manager support and involvement.

by Brandon Busteed and Zac Auter

The top reason students, parents and the public value higher education is to get a good job. Yet too few have a good job waiting for them after graduation.