|Apr 17-23, 2015|
|Engaged at Work||31.2%||+1.1|
Managers With High Well-Being Twice as Likely to Be Engaged
An effective strategy to retain talent: focus on improving managers' well-being.
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
America's "No Confidence" Vote on College Grads' Work Readiness
Who Are the Happiest People in the World? The Swiss or Latin Americans?
Rating World Leaders: U.S., China, Russia, EU and Germany
State of the States
Presidential Job Approval Center
35% of U.S. Managers Are Engaged in Their Jobs
State of the American Manager
Managers Account for 70% of Variance in Employee Engagement
Performance fluctuates widely in most companies because there's such inconsistency in how people are managed.
Hillary Clinton Adopts Obama's Middle Class, Fair Shot Positioning
The Leadership the Future Requires: Insights From Ambassador Andrew Young
Managing Employees Remotely: Ways to Make It Work
Workplaces Aren't Creating High Well-Being
Banks: Increase Sales by Building Better Internal Partnerships
40 Organizations Leading the World in Employee Engagement
70% of U.S. Workers Are Not Engaged at Work
State of the American Workplace
Delegating: A Huge Management Challenge for Entrepreneurs
Business builders with high talent for delegation can generate greater growth and success for their ventures.