Through thousands of seemingly insignificant interactions, teams unknowingly create environments that are either cohesive or adversarial. In a recent Gallup poll, nearly 70% of employees admitted they are disengaged from work or actively undermining the efforts of others. Gallup estimates this to be 34¢ on the dollar. Fortunately, EAC can help employers reverse these discouraging trends.
How much do disagreements and conflicts affect your bottom line?
Find out if destructive conflict is influencing your team’s productivity.
Find out how much money is being wasted by entering your approximate payroll amount to the right.
According to Gallup, 34¢ on the payroll dollar is wasted dealing with workplace mistrust and lack of cohesiveness.
On average, we reduce these inefficiencies by 74%.
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Raised voices or other forms of aggression
Watching the clock or talking about outside interests because work lacks meaning
Individuals “venting” behind closed door
Individuals missing meetings, ignoring emails, or being uniformed about announcements or decisions
Group members are withdrawn, lacking energy, doing the minimum
Individuals or groups are isolated or ostracized
People not extending offers of help. A few individuals carry more than their share
Information not being shared because of tension
Group members criticizing each other behind each other’s back – negative speculation about behavior
Belief that trying to change things is hopeless
Decision picked apart and criticized in small groups after meetings
Individuals appearing apathetic about group performance or mission
Opinions and concerns withheld at meeting, awkward silence
Co-workers dwelling on old resentments
Little sense of tightly bonded team
Critical issues not being addressed because someone might get defensive or angry
Lack of relaxed, informal conversation
Individuals missing work because of tension