May 27, 2004
Top Consultant.com reports:
"A new study by Hewitt Associates shows that employee engagement levels at high-growth companies exceed those of lower-growth companies by more than 20 percent. The study also suggests that higher-growth organizations focus more energy and attention on employee engagement than their counterparts.
Hewitt's survey, based on data gathered from more than 4 million employees, compared engagement levels and practices of double-digit growth companies (those with five-year compound average revenue growth of 10 percent or more) against companies that achieved less than 10 percent growth. "
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