While the U.S. economy recovers, the average worker seems to have lost a sense of meaning at work. They’re disengaged — and that disengagement is costing companies big money. According to a 2010 employee engagement study by Gallup, “disengaged employees erode an organization’s bottom line, while breaking the spirits of colleagues in the process. Within the U.S. workforce, Gallup estimates this cost to the bottom line to be more than $300 billion in lost productivity alone.” Ouch.

Read the full article here! (via management.fortune.cnn.com)