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White Paper: Organizational Strategies for Improving Employee Morale

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ID: BEB-23


Pages/Slides: 7


Published: Pre-2013


Delivery Format: PDF


 

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As high levels of employee morale and satisfaction are consistently linked with high levels of customer satisfaction, top companies strive to measure and continuously raise employee's perceptions of their workplace.
This white paper derives excerpts from Best Practices, LLC’s benchmarking reports designed to address challenges such as these. It uncovers the most effective and efficient corporate strategies and tactics for measuring and improving employee morale, commitment and engagement. Insights are drawn from a survey of thirty-nine companies from varied industries, including banking, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, financial services, and technology.
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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