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Mar 1, 2016
This article is part of a series called Classic TLNT.

Editor’s NoteAs I wind down my stint as Editor of TLNT — yes, I’m leaving at the end of March— I wanted to share some of my favorite posts. Here’s one from August 2012. 

Employee engagement is one of those topics that people can’t seem to get enough of.

There are a lot of reasons for that, but mainly, I think it is because a great many managers know that engagement is a good thing that would benefit their organizations but they simply don’t know how to get their workforce to buy in.

But in all the back-and-forth discussion about engagement, there’s one thing that seems to be perfectly clear: businesses are spending a big chunk of money trying to make it happen.

Some $720 million per year spent on engagement

Bersin & Associates came out with a new report his month titled Employee Engagement: Market Review, Buyer’s Guide and Provider Profilesand here is what jumped off the page at me:

This article is part of a series called Classic TLNT.
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