Job satisfaction and happiness not only keeps employees from turning over, it also increases productivity. Forbes cites a recent study from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania which proved what we’ve know for a while to be true: employees with high levels of job satisfaction perform better than those without. In…Read More
The results of a recent survey by Right Management, a division of Manpower, Inc., may be a depressingly foreshadowing to U.S. employers. According to the poll, 84% of employees that participated in the survey plan to actively pursue other employment options in 2011. This is a significant increase from the 2010 statistic of 60%. Only 5% stated their intent was to remain in their current positions. This is staggering!
The desire for change is credited to employee dissatisfaction and discontent.Read More