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New survey data shows that employees and executives have different views about employee engagement and the things organizations do to improve it. This is the result of the Engagement Gap. Employee engagement programs, while well intentioned, often miss the mark. This white paper describes the Engagement Gap, and shares survey results captured by Jostle Corporation in partnership with Brian Solis. The data suggests that effective employee engagement programs focus on turning organizations into more meaningful, congenial, and transparent communities.