By: Mark Mackson, on August 1, 2017
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In three separate articles, one on Forbes.com (9/7/2016), another on TheBalance.com (11/23/2016) and yet another on CNBC.com (2/27/2017), one of the main reasons that top employees leave a company is that the work environment is “no fun.” It’s just plain boring. There’s no humor, no personal touch, no personality. The work is just OK, the building is boring, the employee breakroom is bad or non-existent, the boss doesn’t seem to care and therefore morale is low. When morale is low, employees start looking for a “better” employer.
What can you, the employer, do to help the daily morale of your staff?