|Apr 13-19, 2015|
|Engaged at Work||32.3%||-0.2|
35% of U.S. Managers Are Engaged in Their Jobs
State of the American Manager
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
State of the States
Presidential Job Approval Center
Banks: Increase Sales by Building Better Internal Partnerships
40 Organizations Leading the World in Employee Engagement
Delegating: A Huge Management Challenge for Entrepreneurs
Business builders with high talent for delegation can generate greater growth and success for their ventures.
Democrats and Hillary Clinton's Inevitability
This Week on Gallup.com: Insights Into Being a Successful Manager
Only One in 10 People Possess the Talent to Manage
Many have some of the necessary traits to manage, but few possess the combination of talent that helps teams achieve excellence.
Nigeria's Big Chance
Employees Want a Lot More From Their Managers
At some point in their career, one in two employees left their job to get away from their manager to improve their overall life.
Is College Worth It? That Depends
Five Ways to Preserve Company Culture Amid Turnover
High Well-Being Could Salvage Healthcare in Brazil
A focus on well-being could help residents cope with economic decline, social unrest and a struggling healthcare system.
70% of U.S. Workers Are Not Engaged at Work