September 30, 2014

Mood Tracker™ Fall 2014 Report

Fall 2014 MoodTrackerThe Effect of Work Relationships on Organizational Culture and Commitment

In our Fall 2014 Workforce Mood Tracker report we focus on the power of work friendships and on their impact on service milestone awards: what about them is working, and where we have opportunities for improvement. We examine what it means to connect with friends at work, how recognition makes us feel, and how companies might build on those feelings to grow affective commitment and loyalty. The results might change how you think about culture and milestones. Download and learn about:
  • The power of work friendships to increase company commitment
  • Which types of milestone celebrations have strongest impact—and which don’t
  • What workers really want from their anniversary milestones

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