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In today’s work force, encouraging employee engagement can be a struggle, especially considering the economic troubles. However, developing a connection between company executives and employees can improve engagement, says Jason Carney, director of human resources at WorkSmart Systems Inc., a professional employer organization in Indianapolis. As many employees are not seeing the kind of pay raises that may have happened before the recession, it’s increasingly important to find other ways to foster engagement, and developing those key relationships is a huge step in the right direction.

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