People want feedback. It's pretty much a unifying human desire. And just like they want it at home and in their community, they want it at work. Sadly, most folks don't get as much on the job as they want or need.

That's what a study from Eagle Consulting concluded when it asked 1,700 employees about the value of feedback and whether they receive enough at work.

Feedback increases the sense that one is valued at work, said 85 percent. Yet only 44 percent said they get the feedback they need on a regular basis.

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