HOW TO…make your workforce happy

July 2010
People Management;7/29/2010, p34
The article offers insights to personnel managers on how to make their workforce happy. It advises to determine what disrupts employees and help them to eliminate distractions so they can work more easily and gain a greater sense of achievement. It suggests encouraging employees to work in sprints to accomplish a certain goal. It stresses the need to encourage friendships among employees.


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