Employee Satisfaction Doesn’t Matter

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The employee engagement movement started in the late 1990s and then went full steam ahead in 2000. Organizations everywhere began systematically measuring employee engagement. That intense interest

Mark Taylor‘s insight:

We’ve got it wrong–it is not about ping pong tables and chair massages.

Employees don’t want to be “satisfied” as much as they want to be engaged. What they want most is a great boss who cares about their development, and a company that focuses on and develops their strengths. 

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