If you believe scores of management blog posts about one very dreary Gallup poll, the current employee engagement landscape is as bleak as a post-apocalyptic highway.
Less than 32 percent of U.S. workers were "engaged" in their jobs in 2014, the poll says, and although that's a slight improvement over last year, the numbers are still enough to make an HR manager consider changing professions.
But is this really a true reflection of modern workplaces?
Some interesting new research has been released with some very different numbers. And, more strikingly, some very different insights on whether employees are engaged or not at work. Read full article on BizJournals.Com