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Enterprise Engagement Overview
The Emerging Field of Enterprise Engagement
What business people need to know.
Older Workers Are Most Engaged
A new research study by the Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College examines work experiences of employees, finding that those 40 years old and older are the most engaged and demonstrate the highest level of organizational commitment, and that those 50 years old and older are the most satisfied with their jobs. Employees between the ages of 30 and 39 evidenced the least satisfaction with their jobs. The Generations of Talent study is one of few to assess the effects of country, age, and career stage among employees worldwide. It gathered data about work experiences from 11,298 individuals, working for seven multinational companies, at 24 worksites in 11 countries. For more information on the report, click here.
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