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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Keeping Female Workers Engaged—and Why That Matters – TalentCulture

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It’s no surprise that women bring distinctive viewpoints, ideas, and insights to the workplace. But here’s the more shocking stat: Women lead men in terms of workplace engagement. In fact, 35 percent of female employees are engaged at work, compared with only 29 percent of male employees, according to Gallup’s 2017 report, “Women in America: Work and Life Well-Lived.” It’s common sense that employees who are engaged at work are more productive, enthusiastic, and committed to their jobs. Researc.  show all text
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