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Impact of Idle time on work

Employees with idle time are not good for organization. According to new business study of Harvard Business School idle time can cost employers an estimated $100 billion in wages per year. Organizations are often concerned that their employees are too occupied to complete tasks in a very short span of time. Usually, it’s just the opposite;…

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Improving Operational Excellency got lot Easier

It’s not a small task, often top management is found making strategies and executing them to increase and generate revenue and be the fastest growing companies in the world. The most important thing in business is to keep growing with increasing revenue. A company can only survive with increasing revenues and keep attracting the investors.…

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Employees with Idle Time are Dangerous for Organizations

Organizations are often concerned that The term idle time refers to Organizations are often concerned that their employees have too much to do in too little time. However, the opposite situation—idle time—is rarely given attention. The term idle time is used to describe segments of time at work in which employees are involuntarily unable to proceed with…

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65% of Global Workforce is not Engaged?

Employee Engagement and Productivity and Non Productivity Workplace productivity and employee engagement are indivisible. Statistics prove that employees passionate about their work are better performers and great resource to the organizations.  One of the researchers named Gallup, did a worldwide study of ‘State of Global workforce’ and published alarming data which states that only 15%…

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Employees with Idle Time can Harm Organizations

Organizations are often concerned that their employees have too much to do  in too little time. However, the opposite situation—idle time—is rarely given attention. The term idle time is used to describe segments of time at work in which employees are involuntarily unable to proceed with their work tasks. This can be due to slow periods…

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Companies with Engaged Employees out Perform up to 202% Better

Investing in Your Employees Is the Smartest Business Decision You Can Make Richard Branson put it best: Customers come second, employees first. It’s a philosophy that brings unexpected benefits to both the company and its clients. It’s one of those things that we all knew, but didn’t quite have enough data to paint a picture…

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Better Engagement means Better Productivity

Corporations whose employees are engaged perform better than companies whose employees are not by over 200%. When employees are engaged at work, they feel a connection with the company. They believe that the work they’re doing is important and therefore work harder. According to Gallup, the lack of employee engagement costs American businesses anywhere from…

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A Cool $7 Trillion in Lost Productivity Each Year

For years, employers have despaired over Gallup’s dismal engagement data. The organization’s 2017 “State of the Global Workplace” report revealed that a whopping 85 percent of employees aren’t engaged — or are actively disengaged. The cost to businesses? A cool $7 trillion in lost productivity each year. In response, employers have thrown perks and various…

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Lack of Employee Engagement Costs American Business anywhere from $450 Billion TO $550 Billion.

Since the financial meltdown of 2008 and the recession that followed, the American workforce has struggled to adapt to an uncertain economic climate. Sluggish growth, persistently high unemployment, and sharp spending cuts by businesses and consumers alike have taken a toll. Though the state of the U.S. economy has changed substantially, the state of its…

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85% of Employees are Not Engaged or Actively Disengaged at Work

10% of employees in Western Europe are engaged. WESTERN Europe is one of the most socially and economically developed regions in the world, but many of its countries have endured financial and political turmoil over the last decade. Debt crises in several nations have forced more solvent EU countries to bail out those on the…

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