According to the Dale Carnegie India Employee Engagement Report 2014 released today, Indian employees are significantly more engaged than their global counterparts with 46 percent employees fully engaged compared to the global average of 34 percent.
Large companies in India with more than 100,000 employees tend to have the lowest amount of disgruntled employees at just 5 percent, while smaller companies (500-1000 employees) had 14 percent of such employees.
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