Thursday, September 01, 2005

Survey Reveals Drop in Employee Morale

Employee Morale Slips

What a difference a year makes. There has been a significant drop in employee morale in 2005 according to a recent survey by staffing firm Randstad and Harris Interactive.

Fifty-five percent of employers reported that morale at their company was "good" to "excellent" in 2005, down from 70 percent last year. This year marked the first year the survey found that employee morale dipped.

"The survey also indicated that employees look to their employers for strong leadership and the ability to put the right people with the right skills to work," says Stef Witteveen, chief executive officer of Randstad's U.S. operations. "These traits have a huge impact on employee morale and turnover-- the softer side of the workplace."

Are your employees happy or have you experienced a dip in your own company's morale this past year? Before your employees decide to "jump ship" you may want to check out Astron Solutions' array of products that are designed to help keep your employees on board.

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