7 reasons your employees are ‘just not that into you’

People want to contribute to the success of their organization, but too often systemic roadblocks daunt those good intentions.

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Do you wish your employees shared your commitment to your organization’s goals and success?

If you can relate, join the club.

As you undoubtedly know if you’ve been in management or HR for any length of time, employee engagement research has repeatedly shown that the majority of employees do not report being highly engaged.

In other words, the majority of employees are not particularly “into” their employer, the organization’s well-being, or its goals.

If you’re like most employers, you conduct the requisite engagement survey, put on the requisite employee appreciation events, and institute the requisite employee recognition programs.

Still, the majority of your employees don’t seem to care.

Would you like to know why?

There are seven major reasons why employees stop caring, why they go from being an excited new hire into what Gallup describes as a ROAD Warrior—Retired on Active Duty.

Though I might not know you or your organization, interviewing employees in focus groups over the years has given me an insider’s view into what moments of truth leave employees feeling less interested in making a contribution.

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