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Based on original research by the Human Capital Institute and Achievers, our newest infographic breaks down some surprising demographic trends in employee engagement.

Based on original research by the Human Capital Institute and Achievers, our newest infographic breaks down some surprising demographic trends in employee engagement.

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  • 1. WHO ARE YOUR ENGAGED EMPLOYEES? Every employee has the capacity to be engaged, but certain groups seem to have an easier time than others. Based on original research by the Human Capital Institute and Achievers, find out who your most engaged employees are! Slightly more men than women are engaged. Engagement increases with career advancement, with CEOs being the most engaged at 82%. 62% of employees over 50 are engaged—that’s more than any other age group. of men are engaged of women are engaged Hourly employees are 17% less likely to be engaged than their salaried peers. The bigger the team, the less engaged the manager. Managers with teams of less than six people are the most engaged at 63%. Engaged employees stick around. Only half of employees in their first year are engaged, but after 15 years, 73% feel passionate about what they do. 87% of engaged employees feel enthusiastic at work. Just 31% of disengaged employees feel the same. 87% 31% engaged employees disengaged employees 65% 62% First year 15+ years tenure 73% 50% CEO VP Director Manager Team Member 82% 64% 60% 54% 49% of engaged employees believe their leaders are living the company’s values. 83% of disengaged employees believe their leaders are living the company’s values. 38% “Hewitt point of view: What Makes a Company a Best Employer?” Hewitt and Associates. 2009. Web. 8 Apr 2013 Lockwood, Nancy R. "Leveraging Employee Engagement for Competitive Advantage: HR's Strategic Role." HRMagazine Mar. 2007: 1-11. SearchSpot. ABI/INFORM Global (PQ). McIntyre Library, Eau Claire. 28 Mar. 2013 Towers Watson: The Power of Recognition from Managers (October 2010) Watson Wyatt’s (Towers Watson) Study of three million employees, as quoted in Forbes magazine (2004) 1. 2. 3. 4. Get more tips to maximize your Employee SuccessTM strategy at www.achievers.com. 62% of engaged employees feel proud of their work of disengaged employees feel proud of their work 94% 44% 17% 5. 6. 7. 8. National Business Research Institute, http://www.nbrii.com/blog/employee-engagement-infographic/ABI/INFORM Global (PQ). McIntyre Library, Eau Claire. 28 Mar. 2013 Bersin, Josh. "Predictions for 2013."Bersin by Deloitte, Deloitte Consulting LLP. Web. 28 Mar. 2013 Recognition Professionals International (RPI). Web. 28 Mar. 2013 http://www.recognition.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=863 Karsan, Rudy & Kruse, Kevin (2011). WE – How to Increase Performance and Profits through Full Engagement.