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We share the latest numbers on age trends in the workforce and provide the perspective employers need to ride the wave of generational change instead of getting pulled under.
The key factor affecting employee engagement was and remains the relationship employees have with their immediate supervisors. That’s why we had been asking a different question of business leaders: “Are your managers ‘engaged’ or not?”
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