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Gallup’s “State of the American Workplace” survey was published earlier this year. This infographic highlights data from the survey’s 350,000 respondents over a three-year period, illuminating how Americans feel about their jobs.

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  1. 1. 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 32% Engaged 18% Actively disengaged 50% Not engaged 28% Engaged 20% Actively disengaged 51% Not engaged 30% Engaged 52% Not engaged ( ( _ 18% Actively disengaged The State of EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Gallup’s“State of the American Workplace”survey was published earlier this year. This infographic highlights data from the survey’s 350,000 respondents over a three-year period, illuminating how Americans feel about their jobs. MEN VS WOMEN ENGAGEMENT BY GENERATION REMOTE VS ON-SITE OVERALL RESULTS THE BOTTOM LINE ENGAGED NOT ENGAGED ACTIVELY DISENGAGED 33% 50% 17% WOMEN MEN 28% 53% 19% For this survey, 33% versus 28% is a statistically significant difference. 41% Traditionalists 33% Millennials 28% Generation X 26% Baby Boomers COST TO THE UNITED STATES: $450 - $550 billion in lost productivity TOO FEW BRAND AMBASSADORS Only 41% of employees felt they know what their company stands for and what differentiates them from the competition. THE MOST ENGAGED generations are those leaving and entering the workforce. An engaged workforce makes good financial sense. Companies with highly engaged employees have considerably higher productivity and profitability ratings with less turnover and absenteeism. SOURCE: Gallup “State of the American Workplace” Employee Engagement Survey brought to you by: hoopla.net REMOTE EMPLOYEES ON-SITE EMPLOYEES 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% of employees are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces and unlikely to be productive. 70% ©2013 Hoopla Software. All Rights Reserved.

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Gallup’s “State of the American Workplace” survey was published earlier this year. This infographic highlights data from the survey’s 350,000 respondents over a three-year period, illuminating how Americans feel about their jobs.

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  1. 1. 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 32% Engaged 18% Actively disengaged 50% Not engaged 28% Engaged 20% Actively disengaged 51% Not engaged 30% Engaged 52% Not engaged ( ( _ 18% Actively disengaged The State of EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT Gallup’s“State of the American Workplace”survey was published earlier this year. This infographic highlights data from the survey’s 350,000 respondents over a three-year period, illuminating how Americans feel about their jobs. MEN VS WOMEN ENGAGEMENT BY GENERATION REMOTE VS ON-SITE OVERALL RESULTS THE BOTTOM LINE ENGAGED NOT ENGAGED ACTIVELY DISENGAGED 33% 50% 17% WOMEN MEN 28% 53% 19% For this survey, 33% versus 28% is a statistically significant difference. 41% Traditionalists 33% Millennials 28% Generation X 26% Baby Boomers COST TO THE UNITED STATES: $450 - $550 billion in lost productivity TOO FEW BRAND AMBASSADORS Only 41% of employees felt they know what their company stands for and what differentiates them from the competition. THE MOST ENGAGED generations are those leaving and entering the workforce. An engaged workforce makes good financial sense. Companies with highly engaged employees have considerably higher productivity and profitability ratings with less turnover and absenteeism. SOURCE: Gallup “State of the American Workplace” Employee Engagement Survey brought to you by: hoopla.net REMOTE EMPLOYEES ON-SITE EMPLOYEES 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% of employees are emotionally disconnected from their workplaces and unlikely to be productive. 70% ©2013 Hoopla Software. All Rights Reserved.

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