- 30% of employees are engaged and inspired at work — up from 28% in 2010
- 18% are actively disengaged
- 52% are showing up
- Job satisfaction – having a great boss, room to grow and job tasks that are stimulating
- Workplace culture, especially those that encourage people to voice their opinions and work together.
Before you think about providing free lunches and massages on site, look at how you’re doing on the fundamentals. “If you don’t have those fundamentals, the perks aren’t going to fix it,” says Randy Allen, the associate dean of Cornell University’s Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management.. “You may keep them for a while, but at some point they’re going to leave.”