There is a great deal of talk in the United Kingdom about the things companies are doing to improve morale at work, but these initiatives don’t appear to be making much difference to how most people feel about their jobs. In 2012, the proportion of employees in the U.K. who felt involved and enthused at work remained flat — a percentage that hasn’t changed since Gallup’s last global workplace study conducted in 2009-2010. Slightly fewer than one in five British employees are engaged at work.
Solving the U.K.’s Productivity Problem
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