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U.S. workers are most likely to identify promotions or bonuses as one of the most effective ways to keep them engaged, according to the latest Randstad engagement index. In this quarter’s index, 36 percent of workers say this is among the most effective motivations; however, only 27 percent say their employers actually practice these types of incentives and just 28 percent say their companies have a formal system to recognize and reward employees.
This disconnect between employees and their employers is also evident in performance reviews. While only 16 percent of employees rank performance reviews as an effective means of keeping them engaged, 46 percent of employees indicated that reviews are the most commonly practiced employee engagement activity.
The Randstad engagement index is based on a survey of 3,251 people.