Employees In Hong Kong Less Engaged At Work Compared With India And China

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Employee engagement in Hong Kong has declined consistently over the last three year, in stark contrast to the upward trend observed in employee engagement across the globe, according to a report published by Mercer.

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  1. Odd that Mercer’s engagement statistics, showing the majority of employees as engaged, whereas Gallup shows the majority of employees as not engaged. Frankly, I don’t put much stock in either, but rather prefer looking at what really successful companies do. Industry leaders, like Southwest Airlines, Capital One and BHP Billiton, and hundreds of private companies empower employees to think and act like owners, driving and participating in the profitable growth of the company. Their engagement and business results speak for themselves. These Forbes and Harvard Business Review articles provide more background: https://hbr.org/2018/01/more-than-a-paycheck