NZ public sector employees ‘disengaged,’ Right Management says

Mon, 23 Jul 2012

By Hannah Lynch July 24 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand’s public sector is struggling to engage its employees amid anxiety over looming job cuts as the government looks to reduce costs, according to Right Management’s Engagement Benchmarking survey. The survey of over 2,000 New Zealanders nationwide found 31 percent of public servants were engaged in their work, compared to 37 percent of private sector employees. Central government employees were the least engaged on 28 percent. Overall, 36 percent of kiwis felt engaged at work, down from 42 p...

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