Workplace

Managers need to have more frequent, ongoing conversations with employees. But too many managers aren't up to the task.

About one in four U.S. workers say it is likely that their job will be eliminated by new technology, automation, artificial intelligence or robots within the next 20 years.

City governments battling everything from falling revenues to rising citizen demands should view every employee as a key to success.

by Robert Bird and Frank Newport

Republican workers living in Democratic areas are more likely than those living elsewhere to say their work is affected by politics.

Your employees may not know why your company exists. This is costing your business in measurable outcomes on safety, retention and profitability.

by Jim Harter

Two forces have disrupted what is traditionally called "performance management" -- changing it to "performance development."

by Jim Clifton

Great cultures are loaded with star team leaders who create new customers.

2 in 10 employees strongly agree that their performance is managed in a way that motivates them to do outstanding work.

Learn how to optimize employee performance at your organization.

Long before Amazon made shopping at big-box stores and malls seem old fashioned, "chain stores" were the disruptive force in American commerce.

by Ryan Pendell

Employee engagement among workers who identified as Democrats fell after the election, but has now returned to where it was.

by Ella Washington and Frank Newport

The majority of workers say their companies have communicated about diversity and inclusion issues since the November election.

Many talented employees are open to new job opportunities. Companies are doing a poor job of wooing them.

Opinion
by Ed O'Boyle

It's important for business leaders to understand why so many people rallied to the passenger's side.

by Ed O'Boyle and Jim Harter

Winners of Gallup's Great Workplace Award, now in its 11th year, achieve performance excellence through their cultures of engagement.