The non-profit, Mountain States Employers Council, says it has been getting a lot of calls from employers on how to resolve the issue.
Vice President of the council, Deborah Brackney, says every company needs a good "company culture." Some things that make up a good culture is communication. Brackney says it's important for supervisors to ask the opinions of their employees and for employees to listen respectfully to each other and what's going on.
"Talk to your boss, ask your boss for feedback. Ask- 'what can I do to be a part of this organization?'" Brackney said.
Recent Gallup data shows that only 30 percent of employees are engaged in the workplace. The data also shows that's $300 billion in lost productivity.
"We hear that anywhere from 50-60 percent of employees right now say that if they can find another job, they will leave their current employer," Brackney said.
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