Remember Employee Engagement Amid the ChaosRebecca Mazin
The research didn't surprise me at all. According to a 2008 study led by Cornell University human resources professor John Hausknecht, the least satisfied workers show up more in tough times. Sure, there's a plus to covering shifts and getting basic tasks done, but there's no reason to be content with warm bodies who produce the bare minimum and drag other people down.
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