Gallup: Workers are Stressed and Disengaged
This is costing the global economy nearly $9 trillion
Bored at work? Annoyed with your boss? You’re not alone.
A new Gallup poll released Tuesday revealed that workers around the world are historically stressed, disengaged with their work and increasingly fighting with their bosses. Gallup’s “State of the Global Workplace 2023” examined how “employees feel about their work and their lives, an important predictor of organizational resilience and performance.”
Survey results revealed that 59 percent of workers are “quiet quitting,” i.e. are disengaged; and 18 percent are “loud quitting,” which is the act of being actively disengaged (but still employed). Gallup estimated that low engagement is costing the global economy nearly $9 trillion.
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