### Calculate the Cost of Disengaged Employees for Your Company

## Start by Measuring the Impact

**Let's Take An Example**

- The average annual salary in the United States is roundabout $47,000.
**The cost of a disengaged is 34% of the employee's annual salary**according to Gallup- 34% of $47,000 is $15,980.

A single disengaged employee at the average salary level is going to cost you almost $16,000 per year. Raise their salary to $60,000, and they will cost you $20,400 per year. Increase their salary to $80,000, and their disengagement is costing you $27,200 a year. You get the idea.

* Now, let's apply this formula to a whole organization:*

You lead a business that employs around 250 people.

- Using the Gallup 2013 data (which states that
**only 30% of US employees are engaged**), we can calculate that__175 of those 250 employees are disengaged__and complacent in their work. - The
**average salary of those employees is $47,000**. - That means your employee complacency is costing you
**$2,796,500**.

It just got real, didn't it? Of a total payroll of $11,750,000 utilizing the average salary, your employee complacency is costing you over $2.79 million a year.

**Do you know the annual cost of disengaged employees for your company? **

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### Calculate the Cost of Disengaged Employees for Your Company

## Start by Measuring the Impact

**Do you know the annual cost of disengaged employees for your company? **

Download the calculator and find out!

We respect your privacy...

**Let's Take An Example**

- The average annual salary in the United States is roundabout $47,000.
**The cost of a disengaged is 34% of the employee's annual salary**according to Gallup- 34% of $47,000 is $15,980.

A single disengaged employee at the average salary level is going to cost you almost $16,000 per year. Raise their salary to $60,000, and they will cost you $20,400 per year. Increase their salary to $80,000, and their disengagement is costing you $27,200 a year. You get the idea.

* Now, let's apply this formula to a whole organization:*

You lead a business that employs around 250 people.

- Using the Gallup 2013 data (which states that
**only 30% of US employees are engaged**), we can calculate that__175 of those 250 employees are disengaged__and complacent in their work. - The
**average salary of those employees is $47,000**. - That means your employee complacency is costing you
**$2,796,500**.

It just got real, didn't it? Of a total payroll of $11,750,000 utilizing the average salary, your employee complacency is costing you over $2.79 million a year.