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Report #2010-1
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Topic: Declining employee job satisfaction and steps to
take to improve it.
A recent report by the Conference Board stated that overall employee job satisfaction
dipped to 45% in 2009. The report goes on to say that only half of all employees
believe that their jobs are interesting. Do these statistics describe your organization?

The research literature has clearly shown that there are specific steps managers can
take to increase employee job satisfaction dramatically.

These steps include:
  1. Conduct an employee satisfaction survey and use the survey results to make
     changes.
 2. Address concerns over job security. Let employees know what you are doing
     to help the business succeed. Make sure that each employee has a training and
    development plan that is updated on an annual basis.
 3. Use employee empowerment and involvement to solicit employee ideas and to
     engage employees.
 4. Provide ongoing feedback and recognition.
 5. Hold quarterly all-hands meetings to keep employees informed.


Organizations that consistently follow these steps find overall employee satisfaction
rates of 70% and higher.


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