I found an enlightening article on USA Today that employers may find of particular interest.
Most employers understand that high employee morale is important. When your employees are happy, your staff aren’t the only one’s who reap the benefits. Businesses realize benefits in terms of increased productivity, and employee satisfaction which more often than not can affect your company’s bottom line.
The article, “On The Job: Workers Happiness Rubs Off On Profits” is a perfect example of that. This article shares what other companies are doing to keep their employees happy, so take a peek and learn a few strategies from companies who have figured out the formula for keeping their employees happy and engaged:
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In the past five years, the financial industry has taken a drubbing. Plunging profits, allegations of improper behavior, customer backlash against rising fees and massive layoffs have challenged the industry.
But various sources list one bank as a best place to work, and its practices may provide a blueprint to other companies on how to keep workers engaged even during tough times. Read the full article.
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