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See how much engagement can save your company

Engagement isn’t just good for your team, it’s good for your bottom line. You’ll see improvements in productivity, employee retention rate, safety, and morale—sometimes right away. See what you could save by engaging your team.

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Cost of Disengagement

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The Breakdown


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Calculation is based on figures from the 2010 Gallup State of the Global Workplace Study. This accounts for a 240-day workyear, a 131% benefit cost per employee, a 50% reduction in turnover, a 30% reduction in turnover costs, a 15% onboarding turnover reduction, a 15% reduction in onboarding costs, and 90 fewer onboarding days. Engaged employees also see a 5% increase in productivity, and are absent 5 fewer days than unengaged employees.

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