In fact, just 13% of the global workforce actually feels fully engaged in their jobs, according to a Gallup study in late 2013. What’s more, 63% of workers feel completely disengaged. Essentially, a significant number of workers are doing their best impression of corporate zombies, going through the motions to collect a paycheck.
Are employees to blame for this sorry state of affairs? No. The fault lies with management — or rather, the lack of it. Managers clearly are not leading and engaging employees effectively. Read more on MarketWatch