Those disengaged employees that employers may be hearing (and worrying) about have some news for their bosses: not only are they "detached" from their work, but they also feel unappreciated and think that bosses' internal communications and training programs need work. Lots of it, in fact. 

According to HRDive, a new report from interactive video technology provider Rapt Media, titled "U.S. Employees: Detached, Disengaged and Disenchanted," found that 69 percent of employees are open to other opportunities or already seeking their next job, 35 percent don't think their employers care about them as a team member or person, and 57 percent feel their leaders are detached from the workforce.

Those are pretty substantial numbers, gleaned from a study of 400 full-time employees of large American organizations.

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