Recent Gallup Numbers Reveal Most American Workers are Not Engaged at Work

Gallup Poll Reveals Close to 70% of American Workers "Not Engaged"
Gallup Poll Reveals Close to 70% of American Workers "Not Engaged"

For more than five years, the Gallup organization has been tracking an important metric for employers in the U.S. The global performance management company known for their scientific polling says employee engagement includes, “role clarity, having an opportunity to do what you do best, opportunities to develop, opinions counting, strong coworker relationships, and a common mission or purpose.”

Gallup's research shows the level of engagement of employees can significantly impact a company’s bottom line. So with almost 70% of American employees not engaged at work and 16.7% at the level of "actively disengaged", what can be done?

At FranNet Atlanta, we hear every day from people we've helped into business ownership about how different work “feels” when you’re working for yourself. If you dream of creating your own corporate ladder, engaging in your own business and reaping the lion’s share of the rewards for your hard work, read how others just like you have made the leap through owing a successful franchise business.

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