State of the Global Workplace 2013
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Employers that fail to foster worker engagement risk losing talented employees not only to other New Zealand-based companies, but also to businesses in neighboring Australia.
The country's actively disengaged employees experience work-related anxiety that costs Australia $51 billion (U.S.) annually. Getting those workers to connect their talents with organizational objectives can reduce that stress.
After a 25-year civil war, the country has risen to lower-middle-income status, but it has much more ambitious goals. It won't achieve them without an engaged and productive workforce.
The country has a widening productivity gap versus other G7 nations. Improving employee morale could be the most efficient option for U.K. companies to start closing it.
Brazil's once-rapid growth has slowed considerably, but the country could get a boost if its businesses focus on sustaining and increasing employee engagement levels.
Whether you're managing professional staff, production workers, or a diversity of occupations, employees require engagement strategies targeted to their specific role and needs.
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