Hirsch, Marcie Schorr
September 2007
People Management;9/6/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 18, p44
The article reports on the difference between employee attitudes and employer perceptions with respect to life at work, according to a survey conducted by staffing agency Randstad. Fifty-five percent of employers rated staff morale as excellent or good. But only 38 percent of employees saw it that way. Similarly, 40 percent of employers said the company was loyal to staff. Yet only 25 percent of employees agreed.


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