Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Survey: 42 Percent of CFOs Say Employee Morale Has Improved

According to an Accountemps survey, 42 percent of chief financial officers (CFO) say that employee morale has improved at least somewhat in the last year.

The majority (53 percent) of more than 1,400 respondents said that there had been no change in employee morale over the past 12 months. Just 5 percent said morale had worsened.

“Companies have been taking steps to increase job satisfaction and boost employee motivation among teams that have been through a difficult few years,” Accountemps Chairman Max Messmer said. “Businesses that recognize and address the concerns of staff members during the extended recovery can instill greater loyalty over the long term.”

In the telephone survey, CFOs were asked,” How has employee morale in your organization changed, if at all, from 12 months ago?”

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