Want to determine how satisfied, engaged, and effective employees really are? It all depends on the answer to this question: “Who’s your supervisor and how well are they doing their job?”
Job satisfaction in U.S. hit a record low in 2009 — and there are far more factors at work than the economic downturn.
With employee satisfaction at a record low, keeping staffers motivated calls for some creativity. But there’s no need to reinvent the wheel.
Is your company looking to resume “normal” office life soon? To avoid costly retention issues, you may want to focus on flexibility.
As the economy inches toward a recovery, employers should keep a close watch on employee satisfaction — to ensure top staffers don’t jump ship at the first opportunity.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could read minds?
As a high-level leader, it can be hard to gauge and determine exactly what your finance team wants and needs from you.
Fall is on its way and temperatures will soon be dropping. If your employees aren’t feeling the effects of your central heating, it may be costing you.
A new study says companies that keep employees in the dark about how much their co-workers earn are making the right move. Here’s why.
Conventional wisdom says it’s stupid for companies to hire individuals who are overqualified for open positions — they’re just going to make a break for it when the job market improves. Conventional wisdom is wrong.
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