Category Archives: Job Satisfaction

Top Ten Reasons For Employee Turnover and Job Dissatisfaction

From my years of experience as a consultant, I have identified a “Top Ten” list of reasons for employee turnover:  1. Management demands that one person do the jobs of two or more people, resulting in longer days and weekend … Continue reading

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Poor Performing Employees Costs Businesses Billions

How to Deal with Poorly Performing Employees One of the biggest issues facing businesses is the failure to deal with poor performing employees. According to an article written by Andy Blumenthal, it costs businesses an estimated $105 billion annually to … Continue reading

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Effective Workplace Communication Drives Innovation and Job Satisfaction

Today’s businesses must adapt and change course quickly. Effective communication are essential to innovation, good customer service, job satisfaction and rapid change. And it has to flow freely. In a survey my organization conducted, respondents were asked this question. “To … Continue reading

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Employee Recognition Ideas

Most airports are boring and impersonal. The Minneapolis/St. Paul airport is a pleasant exception. On a recent trip, I was impressed with the customer friendly surroundings, signage and welcoming storefronts. I noticed they even had an individual playing a grand … Continue reading

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Employee Benefits as an Element of Job Satisfaction

Benefits as an Element of Job Satisfaction In 2009 and 2010, 60% of respondents cited benefits as a very important factor when ranking elements that contribute to their job satisfaction, according to the SHRM 2011 Employee Job Satisfaction Research Report. … Continue reading

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Benefits a Top Factor for Employee Happiness

An analysis of employee reviews for more than 250,000 large U.S. organizations reveals that a comprehensive benefit mix, opportunities for career advancement and work/life accommodation are top factors in workers’ happiness, outpacing even salary. The 2011 analysis was conducted by … Continue reading

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Job Satisfaction & Motivation

Job Satisfaction & Motivation Benefits the Workplace | Small Business – Chron.com http://ping.fm/ZEHVm

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