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October 13, 2020 17:43

But if the person you work with notices your strength and acknowledges what you are good at, then your rate of disengagement falls to less than 1 percent and your health also improves.

October 13, 2020 17:43

But if the person you work with notices your strength and acknowledges what you are good at, then your rate of disengagement falls to less than 1 percent and your health also improves.

October 13, 2020 17:43

Another data shows that if your immediate supervisor or someone who you work with ignores you, then your rate of disengagement goes up to about 40 percent, and sooner or later you are also going to be falling sick. On the other hand, if somebody you work with does not ignore you but criticizes you,

October 13, 2020 17:43

Another data shows that if your immediate supervisor or someone who you work with ignores you, then your rate of disengagement goes up to about 40 percent, and sooner or later you are also going to be falling sick. On the other hand, if somebody you work with does not ignore you but criticizes you,

October 13, 2020 17:42

Another data shows that if your immediate supervisor or someone who you work with ignores you, then your rate of disengagement goes up to about 40 percent, and sooner or later you are also going to be falling sick. On the other hand, if somebody you work with does not ignore you but criticizes you,

October 13, 2020 17:41

If you look at what is called career well-being, the data shows that only 20 percent of people in the world can say that they are happy with what they do every day. In fact, one of the most astonishing statistics, at least in the Western world and in the United States, is that more people die on Monday morning at 9:00, because they hate their jobs.

October 13, 2020 17:41

If you look at what is called career well-being, the data shows that only 20 percent of people in the world can say that they are happy with what they do every day. In fact, one of the most astonishing statistics, at least in the Western world and in the United States, is that more people die on Monday morning at 9:00, because they hate their jobs.

October 13, 2020 17:41

If you look at what is called career well-being, the data shows that only 20 percent of people in the world can say that they are happy with what they do every day. In fact, one of the most astonishing statistics, at least in the Western world and in the United States, is that more people die on Monday morning at 9:00, because they hate their jobs.

October 13, 2020 17:40

At Gallup, in the last few years, there has been an examination of what we might call total well-being across the globe, looking at over 150 countries. This data has been constantly reviewed and revised, based on information that we get on an ongoing basis, and the methodologies are a result of the thinking of 2,000 senior scientists at the Gallup Organization. It shows different aspects of global well-being, depending on the state of consciousness that we tap into.

October 13, 2020 17:40

At Gallup, in the last few years, there has been an examination of what we might call total well-being across the globe, looking at over 150 countries. This data has been constantly reviewed and revised, based on information that we get on an ongoing basis, and the methodologies are a result of the thinking of 2,000 senior scientists at the Gallup Organization. It shows different aspects of global well-being, depending on the state of consciousness that we tap into.