How many dollars do companies waste on disengaged employees? *One employee cost Goldman Sachs an estimated $2 billion+. Shocking? How can it not be! People Metrics offers a more realistic look at the cost of employee disengagement – $2,246 per employee. Yikes! Why are disengaged employees so expensive?
- Productivity falls: Working at full capacity isn’t seen as a requirement to get a paycheck.
- Deadlines are missed: The sense of urgency needed to complete work on time isn’t deemed important.
- More sick days: Coming to work is usurped by avoiding work altogether.
- Training needs increase: Time needed for performance improvement or onboarding new employees rises.
- Mistakes increase: Attention to detail is lost.
- Sabotage: Misery loves company – enough said.
- Customer dissatisfaction: The poor attitude of the disengaged employee infects customer interaction and relationships.
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*Source: Jacob Morgan