If you’re searching for a new job, you’re well aware that you aren’t alone. But you may not realize just how many fish are in the job market sea. This month, 2.7 million people will quit their jobs. And most of them will do so because they feel disengaged at their old workplaces. 

Employees typically disengage because they feel unfulfilled, unchallenged, and unnoticed in their jobs—side effects of a negative workplace that you’ve probably experienced for yourself. In fact, you may have even left a job because of these things.

That’s why it’s important to look for an engaging company that does fulfilling work. To do that, you’ll need to watch out for the warning signs of disengagement—and the telltale trademarks of great workplaces—during your job search.

This guide from Company Folders will teach you the causes and costs of employee disengagement, as well as four ways great managers help you stay engaged at work.

The Ultimate Guide to Employee Engagement (INFOGRAPHIC)