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Human Resources Employee Engagement Statistics

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2010 will be a year when businesses that address employee engagement issues will see greater profitability and better shareholder return. There is no question that employee attrition is a danger this …

2010 will be a year when businesses that address employee engagement issues will see greater profitability and better shareholder return. There is no question that employee attrition is a danger this year, the question is, what are you doing to re-engage.

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  • 1. Did You Know?
  • 2. 24% of your www.BusinessandtheGeek.com team members say they don’t see their managers enough
  • 3. 58% of your team www.BusinessandtheGeek.com are worried about their benefits
  • 4. 84% of your managers don’t know how to accurately measure their www.BusinessandtheGeek.com team members
  • 5. 32% of your team www.BusinessandtheGeek.com doesn’t know their next move in the company
  • 6. 32% of adult US workers listen to music at work on an MP3 player or similar device; 79% say it improves their job www.BusinessandtheGeek.com satisfaction and/or productivity.
  • 7. 46% of new hires www.BusinessandtheGeek.com leave their jobs within the first year.
  • 8. 63% of those who do not feel treated with respect intend to leave within two years. www.BusinessandtheGeek.com
  • 9. 56% of women feel that at one time or another they have been www.BusinessandtheGeek.com disadvantaged in the workplace because of their gender.
  • 10. Now You Know?
  • 11. How will your company UNLOCK your team’s www.BusinessandtheGeek.com potential?