Happy employees may be the key to success for organizations

Written on Monday, August 23rd, 2010 at 4:05 pm by Christiane

I recently read an article on ScienceDaily.com about the impact of Employee job satisfaction on the financial performance of a company:

ScienceDaily (2010-08-14) — When a JetBlue flight attendant creatively deplaned earlier this month, many questions arose as to why someone would be willing to give up a steady paycheck during these tough economic times. While this “working man’s hero” will most likely be questioning his motives as he hands over his lawyer’s fees, a new report in Perspectives on Psychological Science, suggests that his action may be a sign of trouble for JetBlue and other large companies. … read full article 

2 Responses to “Happy employees may be the key to success for organizations”

  1. Tytu says:

    During puberty and the later teen years, imsmnee changes are taking place in the body’s chemistry and physiology. The chakras are also developing and becoming more active at this time. Imbalances of the chakras, body chemistry, and physiology often show up in rebellion and mood swings. The regular practice of yoga can help you maintain balance in the different chakras and keep the spirit and soul strong and healthy, thereby benefiting both the body and mind.

    • Makalah says:

      martin Hirsch est un honnête homme et ce n’est pas si fréquent, donc chapeau J ‘ajouterais la notion de personnalisation, du cas par cas ,car il y a ceux qui veulent s’en sortir et qu’il faut aider ,et ceux qui prennent l’Etat pour un tiroir caisse et n’envisagent que tres modéremment de faire des efqa;ts.J&rsfuoroi, dans ma famille, une personne qui touche le RMI depuis longtemps et a qui il n’a jamais été demandé la moindre démarche de reinsertion

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