Global work forces are continuing to see low points of employee satisfaction and engagement, which remains at the lowest level since 2008, according to a new analysis by Aon Hewitt, a global human resources consulting and outsourcing business.

Based on Aon Hewitt’s findings, there is a 56 percent engagement level to date 2011. This hits the same level as 2010 but lower than 2009 when it was 60 percent and 2008 when it was 57 percent. Engagement levels are typically between 65 percent and 100 percent for a high-performing culture. Forty-five percent to 65 percent suggests the work force is unresponsive to organizational success or failure, and figures lower than 45 percent reveal a serious or destructive range. 

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