Employee Engagement and 30 million unemployed in the U.S.
As we have done throughout most of history, when it comes to designing work, the focus is on what the organization finds most advantageous at the exclusion of any deep consideration of the humans who actually do the work. – Jason Lauritsen
Since early 2020, hardly anything about how we do work has escaped disruption. Where, when, and how we work has changed dramatically.
And the changes are going to keep coming.
Given all this change plus the economic disruption that has resulted in 30 million unemployed in the U.S., one would assume that employee engagement is on the decline.
That’s why Gallup’s recent engagement trends data is such a head-scratcher. According to their most recent data, employee engagement is at an all time high.
You read that right. All time high (at least for
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