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Why employee engagement is not the key workplace productivity

Nearly every large organization now administers some form of engagement survey to its workers. So what's the problem

Friday 27 March 2015

For the last two decades, measuring employee engagement has been the primary way that large companies try to determine their employees' level of commitment and productivity. In turn, dozens of studies have reported a correlation between high employee engagement and performance.

Sure enough, an engagement study conducted in 2012 by the consulting firm Towers Watson - involving 32,000 employees in 29 markets around the world - found that high engagement as it has been traditionally defined is no longer sufficient to fuel the highest levels of performance.

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