A “Workplace Prisoner” is someone who indicates they will stay at their organization despite a lack of motivation to give their best effort and a lack of positive things to say about their organization.
These employees represent about 8% of the global workforce. That may not seem like a lot, but consider this: in an organization of 50,000 that means that there are, on average, about 4,000 Prisoners. That’s 4,000 employees who are keeping you from achieving your goals. Using real client examples, this whitepaper investigates who these Prisoners are and what we know about them. We also provide key actions on how to manage your own organization’s Prisoners.
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