A new survey finds little evidence that employee engagement initiatives are effective.

The poll was conducted by theEMPLOYEEapp, a native app used by companies to set up messaging systems for employees, and included feedback from corporate and internal communications leaders at over 300 companies.

The survey found that while 71 percent of employers have implemented engagement programs, only 37 percent of those that have such programs believe their workers are actually engaged.

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