Is Breeding Contentment Worth the Investment?

Employee-involvement programs generate worker satisfaction, but they may not lead to greater productivity

If you want to boost workplace morale, give your employees more say over their jobs. But don't expect that happier workers will necessarily be more productive ones. That's the implication of a recently published National Bureau of Economic Research study by three scholars who examined "employee involvement" programs.

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