Study: Most Employees Not Engaged

by Becky Gillespie 3. July 2013 08:26

An ongoing Gallup study suggests that bad management may be to blame for high numbers of U.S. employees who fail to reach their potential at work, Corporate Counsel reports

Interestingly, workers who are allowed to work remotely are more engaged and log more hours—a fact sure to interest those who took aim at Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer's telecommuting ban this spring. (In all fairness, Mayer has noted that her decision wasn't meant to become an "industry narrative" or reflect what was best for womankind—only what Yahoo! needed right then).

The Gallup report also notes that Millenials are the most likely to say they'll quit if the market improves

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