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Products & Services Human Resources Employee Satisfaction and Retention Measurement

Organizational Strategies for Improving Employee Morale

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Pages/Slides: 23


Published: Pre-2014


Delivery Format: Online PDF Document


 

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Study Overview

Keeping high employee morale is essential for creating a viable workplace. As such, human resources executives struggle to keep their finger on the pulse of employee morale. This study seeks to uncover the most effective and efficient corporate-wide strategies and tactics for measuring and improving employee commitment, engagement and morale. Companies can use this 23-page document to help design programs and initiatives to improve their employee morale.

Key Topics

  • Measurement and decision making frequency of surveys
  • Budget spend on activities
  • Responsibilities for funding & implementation
  • Cost-effectiveness of strategies and tactics.

Key Findings
  • More money does not necessarily equal better morale. Recognition and reward programs, communication activities and flexible career assignments are rated more highly by companies as overall strategies than salary, training or benefits.
  • Responsibilities for funding and implementing satisfaction activities are often spread throughout an organization and are not concentrated within HR departments.
  • Few companies rate their employee satisfaction programs highly, indicating that raising employee satisfaction and morale is an issue with which all companies struggle.

Methodology
This survey is a result of primary research conducted on behalf of the Business Excellence Board.

Industries Profiled:
Health Care; Pharmaceutical; Diagnostic; Automobile; Entertainment; Insurance; Consulting; Financial Services; Transportation; Media; Electronics; Telecommunications; Computer Software; Banking; Government; Manufacturing; Public Relations; Distribution; Service; Academic; Research; Utilities; Professional Services; Energy; Biotech; Consumer Products; High Tech; Technology; Medical Device; Chemical


Companies Profiled:
Abbott; Niederdorf Italia; Madame Tussauds; PMI; Hunter Institute TAFE; Polaris Management Services; US Bank; Preferred Mutual Insurance; Emirates Airlines; Reuters; Intrado; Ricoh Electronics; Inc.; AgStar Financial Services; T-Mobile; Accenture; VHA; Autodesk; American Express; Baton Rouge General Medical Center; Bank of America; Children's Services Council of Palm Beach County; FL; Capital One; CenterPoint Energy; DSM Pharmaceutical; Eastman Kodak; Goodyear; Infosys; Johnson & Johnson; Lantronix; Marriott; PSEG; SAS Institute; Solvay America; Sprint; Xerox


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