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The Definitive Series: Employee Engagement | 2020

Executive Summary

Top 10 Conclusions: The Definitive Series on Employee Engagement

November 17, 2020 | read time icon 5 min

Dr. Mary Hayes and Marcus Buckingham
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In the Full Research Report, we describe what the research and practitioner communities have learned about employee engagement over the last three decades. Our aim in the larger report is to summarize all available research from both the academic and practitioner communities so that organizations can build their engagement efforts on the foundation of the best possible intelligence.

In this brief Executive Summary, we pull out the ten relevant conclusions. Data contained in this Executive Summary is from client specific research and the The Global Study of Engagement | 2018 completed through the ADP Research Institute.

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