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Fifty-seven percent of employees are moderately or highly engaged in the workplace, up from 47 percent in 2011, according to a survey by Temkin Group, a market research and consulting firm.

This helps improve productivity as engaged employees are more than twice as likely to stay late at work, help a colleague even when not asked and take action on behalf of the company even if it’s not expected, the survey finds. Engaged employees are also three times as likely to suggest improvements and more than six times as likely to recommend a friend or relative apply for a job.

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