The Great Disconnection: People no longer recognize their workplace
26 Oct 2022
In the press
Modern workplaces have an employee-disconnection problem. And it’s costing businesses a fortune.
Two-thirds of 2,000 white-collar workers in the U.K. feel disengaged from their workplace, while 53% of 3,000 U.S. workers polled in the same survey, recently published by recruitment firm Robert Walters, said they also feel disengaged. The firm calculated that the cost of that workplace disengagement to the U.K.’s already shaky economy will be £340 billion ($386 billion) this year alone.
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