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Following improvements in early 2023, U.S. employee engagement remained flat for the rest of the year, presenting persistent challenges for employers.

From hybrid work to restructuring, relationships between employees and employers have changed. Here are six of the most important trends leaders should watch in 2024.

Southeast Asia's employers can enhance their workers' productivity, wellbeing and loyalty by creating great jobs and better employee experiences.

U.S. workers have a favorable view of employee-sponsored wellness initiatives, including mental health days and four-day workweeks.

With public trust in the retail industry at an all-time low, prioritizing customer engagement is more crucial than ever.

The six most concerning workplace insights Gallup has discovered in the past year -- and how to turn them around.

The mere mention of layoffs hurts morale and productivity. Learn why leaders should communicate clearly and strategically with those who stay or go.

The viral trend of "lazy girl" jobs doesn't mean women are being neglectful. They want to be challenged -- and have healthy boundaries at work.

Employees are 2.5x more likely to feel burned out when asked to take on new work. In a tight labor market, learn how to increase productivity without driving employees away.

Now that hybrid work is the norm in offices nationwide, the question is: How do we optimize hybrid work for our teams and the organization?

Strategic recognition can be a valuable, but often overlooked, tool to vitalize your culture, create engaged employees and achieve business goals. See how.

CHROs may be underestimating how many of their employees prefer a traditional 9-to-5 schedule. See the latest data on splitters and blenders.

The workplace has entered a new era, and it's not kind to managers.

Gallup recognizes the most engaged workplaces in the world with the Gallup Exceptional Workplace Award.

Among Fortune 500 CHROs, 72% see AI replacing jobs in their organization in the next three years. Leaders, are you preparing your people now for the AI transition?

Quiet quitting costs the world's economy almost $9 trillion per year -- and this trend isn't going anywhere until organizations hire better managers.

Over 30 million people have taken the CliftonStrengths assessment. We're celebrating by looking to the past and the future of CliftonStrengths.

Women in the workplace prefer hybrid work more frequently than men -- so why is it limiting them? Organizations must address three high-risk areas.

Traditional metrics overlook a hidden jobs crisis threatening workplaces worldwide. Are leaders prepared to rethink life at work?

In 2022, U.S. employee engagement continued its fall, slipping to 32%. Counteract this concerning trend with targeted best practices.