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Canada – Workers No Longer Engaged in Jobs

Canada has a productivity gap that continues to create challenges for organizations attempting to becoming more competitive, a new report suggests.

Towers Watson, a New York professional services company with an HR consulting office in Vancouver, released a report that exposes a lack of sustainable engagement in the Canadian workforce. According to Towers Watson, organizations are incorrectly approaching how to engage their employees in a new world order.

Globally, the study says that 65% of full-time workers are not highly engaged.

For optimal engagement in the modern workplace, employers must create a combination of discretionary effort (the willingness to work extra hard), enablement (the capability to excel), and energy (the capacity to maintain efforts over time)…

http://www.techvibes.com/blog/canadian-workers-no-longer-engaged-in-jobs-as-stress-takes-over-2012-09-07

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