2017 Trends in Global Employee Engagement
The significant increases of employee engagement in 2016 have been partially erased. Populist movements like those seen in the United Kingdom, the United States, and those taking hold in parts of Continental Europe have made discussions about erecting borders and walls more common. If realized, these moves will restrict the flow of labor between countries and change the economic rules of the game.
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2016 Trends in Global Employee Engagement
Around the world, the critical business metric of employee engagement is
improving Despite a tight labor market in the United States, economic uncertainty in Europe, and business challenges in other parts of the world, Aon Hewitt’s Global Employee Engagement Index rose from 62% to 65%.