This whitepaper examines “Workplace Prisoners,” a subset of employees that are actively disengaged and intend to stay at their organisation. Rooted in real client examples, Christopher Adair and Don MacPherson discuss the fundamental causes of “Workplace Prisoners” and the strategies that managers, CEOs, CHROs and Prisoners themselves can use to eliminate this problem.
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Talent Whitepapers _____________________________________________________________________________ Actively Disengaged and Staying: Dealing with Prisoners in the Workplace
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