CHAPEL HILL, N.C., June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- A research study by Best Practices, LLC, reveals that most companies now recognize the importance of employee morale. Yet, most indicated that raising employee satisfaction and morale is an issue that they often struggle with -- though the size of a company can impact strategies and approaches that are utilized. Large companies find that better communication programs and rewards programs improve morale the most. For medium-sized companies, offering flexible career assignments has a larger effect. Smaller organizations find greater success by using recognition programs and non-tangible events.
"Organizational Strategies for Raising Employee Morale" offers effective and efficient corporate strategies and tactics that can enable companies to optimize their employee satisfaction programs. Thirty-nine companies from a variety of industries, including banking, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, financial services, and technology participated in this study, from which most of this summary paper is excerpted.
Download a complimentary excerpt of this member-driven research study at http://www3.best-in-class.com/br135.htm. Conducted on behalf of a BEB member, Business Excellence Board of Best Practices, LLC http://www3.best-in-class.com/beb, this primary research includes data and highlights the capabilities of companies in operational tactics and strategy and approaches.
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