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12 issues in print
A recent 2015 Red Letter Day straw poll has resulted in me having a number of sleepless nights. The poll declared that almost 40% of UK employees confirmed they were "engaged" in their jobs. And around the same time an economic survey confirmed that UK productivity was static standing nearly 20% below the average for G7 countries.
Is no one making the connection?
Is it not clear to every manager reading this?
Am I the only leader who realises these 40% of "engaged" staff are the problem.