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Gallup’s latest release on employee engagement states only 30% of the U.S. workforce is engaged in their work, and the ratio of engaged to actively disengaged employees is roughly 2-to-1, meaning that the vast majority of U.S. workers (70%) are not reaching their full potential — a problem that has significant implications for the economy and the individual performance of American companies.
Not Engaged – 52% of the U.S. working population is not engaged. These people do just enough to get by. They are going through the motions and do only what is necessary to receive a paycheck.
Actively Disengaged – 18% of the U.S. working population is actively disengaged. These people take calculated, strategic actions to steal from their employer, spread lies about co-workers and create disunity in their work environment.
Engaged – 30% of the U.S. working population is engaged. This minority takes responsibility and ownership of the details. They realize their work is an extension of themselves and because they’re on fire, so is everything they touch.
When a person does not understand their true potential and path to reach it, work is no longer a labor of love, but only a job, a burden, a task.