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The 3 Types of (Dis)Engaged Employees: Which Type Are You? While management and leadership agree on the fact that employees are one of the most important assets of an organisation, there is still much to be done about employee engagement in the office. The harsh reality is that the majority of the workforce is simply not engaged in their work. They are either adding minimal value or actively working against the organisation. In fact, only 15% of employees worldwide are engaged in their jobs, according to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace report. Engagement means that they are emotionally invested in committing their time, talent and energy in adding value to their team and advancing the organisation’s initiatives. The report has even identified three types of employees in an organisation based on the (dis)engagement levels. Engaged (15%). Engaged employees are enthusiastic about their work and feel that their talents are leveraged in their respective roles. Loyal and committed, these employees are happy to take responsibilities outside of their job description to excel further and show their leadership qualities. Engaged employees will remain with an organisation much longer than their disengaged counterparts. Not Engaged (67%). The majority of employees are relatively satisfied with their job, performing the minimum requirements to meet the needs of the customers, but they are not as connected to the company’s overall mission and vision. According to Gartner,..

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