Two-thirds of workers defined as “engaged” say they would stay at their current job even if they won $10 million in the lottery. (Photo: iStock)

What do people really want to get out of their job? It’s something that managers should be thinking about so they can figure out how to motivate and engage their employees.

A new white paper by Paycom seeks to understand the most common factors that drive employees to love their jobs and work hard on behalf of their employers. The paper notes that recent research by Gallup drew a link between high employee engagement and a number of positive business outcomes, such as higher customer ratings, profits and productivity as well as lower turnover and absenteeism.

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