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A new Global Workforce Report from Gallup has been unveiled. The report is crucial in determining where the causes of employee productivity and engagement lie. Last year, job opportunities and employee engagement surged, falling back in line with pre-pandemic trends. Yet at the same time, global worker stress remained at record levels.

About 23% of the world’s employees were engaged at work in 2022, the highest level since Gallup began measuring engagement in 2009. Increased engagement is good news for employees, who are thriving at work. But there is still a long way to go in terms of engagement and productivity — many workers are “quiet quitting” (not engaged) or “loud quitting” (actively disengaged).

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