Employee appreciation is something we know we should do. Employee appreciation encourages productivity and retention, right? But it’s also kind of insulting.
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Archive for February, 2012
I love my house, but I can’t deny there is a bit of quirkiness about it. And despite the fact that it was built in the 80′s and has an abundance of outdated “perks” all over the place, perhaps the most noticeable oddity is the mismatching windows.
When it comes to business process optimization in the office, many of us have the same goal in mind: to enhance productivity and increase satisfaction. And while process improvement is a great start in the journey, there’s one key factor we should all keep in mind when setting our sights on achieving optimal results in any given process.