Maintaining Employment Value PropositionThe Staff of the Corporate Executive Board
Employee disengagement continues to be a critical issue across a wide variety of organizations as they work through the economic downturn. One out of four employees was disengaged at the end of the first half in 2009 according to a survey of over 61,000 employees by the Corporate Leadership Council, a program of the Corporate Executive Board. One of the main causes of this disengagement is directly linked to the massive change employees have experienced when it comes to their Employment Value Proposition (EVP)—or the value that employees gain by working for a particular organization, 82% of employees indicated that their EVP has trended downwards quite dramatically in the past six months due to reasons such as layoffs, organizational restructurings, and shifts in managers.
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