Jan 30, 2008-- Ask bosses what makes employees happy at work, and many are likely to think in terms of tangible rewards: a good salary, a pleasant office, generous benefits. Those play a role in job satisfaction, of course. But increasingly, workplace specialists are discovering that for many workers, the "happiness factor" depends heavily on intangibles, such as respect, trust, and fairness. "Study after study has shown that it is the small things that make workers feel committed to an organization," says Barbara Glanz, an author specializing in workplace issues. This CS Monitor article explores the top seven things people need to make them happy at work. (9333 reads)
Read Full Story
Search by keyword:
Goodness is the only investment that never fails.
Henry David Thoreau
Subscribe to DailyGood
We've sent daily emails for over 16 years, without any ads. Join a community of 154,610 by entering your email below.