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Employee DISENGAGEMENT Strikes Early

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Sun Apr 01 2007

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The article reports on the findings of the study conducted by Kenexa Institute concerning employee disengagement levels in the U.S. and Great Britain. It reveals that disengagement occurs after six months after an employee was hired and has become the major concerns for employers. It shows that 72 percent of new hires are active, but drops off in the first two years. Fifty seven percent remain in their jobs at the third year of employment. Jeffrey Saltzman, Kenexa's practice leader believes that employees are discouraged early due to the unavailability of adequate training and fair compensation.

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Employee DISENGAGEMENT Strikes Early

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