How to Boost Employee Morale

AARON | December 17, 2018

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Poor employee morale costs companies an arm and a leg. In fact, according to the Gallup Institute, it costs the US economy $605 billion a year. What’s more, companies with a low level of employee morale, receive 2.5 times fewer profits on average than the competition. However, contrary to the above, many company executives still do not pay enough attention to this factor.

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