Workplace Culture

Workforce Mood Tracker™ Spring 2012 Report

By Staff Report

Jul. 10, 2012

The latest Workforce Mood Tracker™ Report offers five new findings that show a significant uptick in the importance of recognition across the board. This report includes how often and in what ways employees are being recognized, as well as their feelings towards their jobs, recognition and company culture. Read the Workforce Mood Tracker Report to learn more about the growing impact of employee recognition.

About Workforce.com

blog workforce

We build robust scheduling & attendance software for businesses with 500+ frontline workers. With custom BI reporting and demand-driven scheduling, we help our customers reduce labor spend and increase profitability across their business. It's as simple as that.

Book a call
See the software

Related Articles

workforce blog

Workplace Culture

5 lunch break statistics that shed light on American work culture

Summary Research shows how taking lunch breaks enhances employee engagement and productivity. Despite t...

lunch breaks, scheduling, statistics

workforce blog

Workplace Culture

6 Things Leadership can do to Prevent Nurse Burnout

Summary Nurse burnout is a serious issue in the healthcare business and has several negative consequenc...

burnout, Healthcare, hospitals, nurses

workforce blog

Workplace Culture

5 tips to reduce employee no call, no shows

Summary No call, no shows are damaging to businesses. High no call, no show rates could suggest problem...

absence, attendance, no call, no shows, time