Walk into any room in your office, and according to the results of Gallup's annual Employee Engagement Survey released last month, seven out of 10 of the people there are thinking about lunch or their next vacation or internet cats.

Gallup's 2015 survey showed that 68 percent of U.S. workers are either "not engaged" or are "actively disengaged." Results for the poll are based on telephone interviews conducted January to December 2015 with a random sample of 80,844 U.S. adults.

The results are exceptionally consistent with past years' surveys, and show that employee engagement in the U.S. has been flat since 2000. Yikes.

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