After years of declining employee engagement levels around the world, a new analysis released this week by Aon Hewitt showed a positive global shift in employee engagement -- or emotional and intellectual involvement in the workplace.

Aon Hewitt's 2012 Global Engagement report, which analyzed employee engagement trends of more than 3,100 organizations representing 9.7 million employees worldwide, found that 58% of employees were engaged in 2011, up from 56% from 2010.

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