Why Happy Employees Are Good for the Bottom LineBlog / Produced by The High Calling
Analysis conducted by the Gallup Organization found that disgruntled employees disengage and cost the American economy up to $350 billion a year in lost productivity. A happy workplace is one that is committed to perpetual improvement, and not just as a line item on the balance sheet. Read The Secrets of America's Happiest Companies at Fast Company.
Contributors: David Rupert
Published by The High Calling, March 13, 2013.
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