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By David Hassell

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If you were told that the only thing stunting the growth of your business was your employee engagement level, would you believe it? Would you even know how to measure engagement or analyze the consequences disengagement has on your company's success?

Reports and studies are showing there is a definite correlation between engaged employees and creative output driving business growth and innovation. According to Gallup Business Journal, research has proven that the more engaged your employees are, the better results your organization will achieve. As a manager, you're responsible for a crucial element of employee engagement: feedback.

Feedback, engagement and management styles impact your business's overall health. Even though the majority of managers feel they give enough feedback, employees are craving more. Surveys are showing that 25 percent of employees say they will change their jobs this year and that 30 percent of employees are likely searching for a new position online when they should be working.

Check out the infographic below to learn how to identify disengaged employees and discover the key to unlocking your team's utmost potential.

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Stopping Employees From Jumping Ship is Easier Than You Think (Infographic)

David Hassell

CEO and Founder of 15Five

David Hassell is the founder and CEO of 15Five, a leading employee engagement solution that helps create high performing teams by combining pulse surveys, weekly check-ins, peer recognition, and people analytics all in one platform. 

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