Big Data Isn't a Human Capital Strategy
26% Worldwide Employed Full Time for Employer
Good Jobs 2014
A Tale of Two Supreme Court Decisions
35% of U.S. Managers Are Engaged in Their Jobs
State of the American Manager
Privilege May Not Be an Advantage for College Graduates
Only 15% of Employees in Germany Are Engaged
German managers aren't creating environments in which employees feel motivated.
Presidential Job Approval Center
Managers Could Do a Lot Better at Performance Management
Few employees think their manager excels at even the most basic performance management tasks.
Gallup's Latest Surveys on Same-Sex Marriage
HOT TOPIC: Same-Sex Marriage
State of the States
Why It's Still Cool to Hate Banks
U.S. Highest Rated of Major World Leaders
Rating World Leaders: What People Worldwide Think of the U.S., China, Russia, the EU and Germany
Great Managers Can Fix Broken Performance Management Systems
Excellent performance management requires more than metrics. Managers with high talent are key, too.
Gale D. Muller, 1944-2015
Employees Are Responsible for Their Engagement Too
Employee engagement has remained stagnant over the past decade. It's time for workers to start doing something about it.
70% of U.S. Workers Are Not Engaged at Work
State of the American Workplace
The Two Most Important Questions for Graduates
U.S. Leadership Loses Ground in Africa, Asia
The U.S.-Global Leadership Report: What people worldwide think of U.S. leadership
What Everyone in the World Wants: A Good Job
This is one of Gallup's biggest discoveries ever, yet almost no leader in the world knows this, says Gallup CEO Jim Clifton.