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Thu November 21, 2013
Employee Satisfaction In 2013
We’re continuing our series “How We Work: Five Years Later” by defining “employee satisfaction” in twenty-thirteen. During the recession, many people held onto their jobs even if they were unhappy, and many employers were unable to go above and beyond the basics. But now, there’s more attention to this issue, whether it’s flex-time, good benefits, or better pay, and how these improvements affect productivity.
- Malcolm Smith – associate professor of Youth and Family Education and policy at UNH. He is also a member of a legislative task force on work and family, and writes a column on work and family issues for NH Business Review.
- Erika Cohen- associate editor for Business NH Magazine
- Judy Stadtman – campaign coordinator for New Hampshire AFL-CIO
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