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November 8, 2016

Best Practices for Improving Employee’s Job Satisfaction Quickly

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Employees who are unhappy with their work contribute to an atmosphere that could bring down the morale of an entire working environment. The two most usual signs that your employees are unhappy with their jobs are decreased productivity and increased absenteeism. Job satisfaction is significant for any company to achieve high productivity and low turnover of employees (especially for the best talents).

Based on a survey by the Conference Board, only 45 percent of Americans were satisfied with their jobs. After more than 22 years of research, this is perhaps the lowest level of job satisfaction that the Conference Board has ever recorded.

As an employer, you are given the challenge to search for ways to raise job satisfaction so that your company can stay competitive and profitable through the years. This article will discuss the best practices you can do in the job environment to raise your employees’ job satisfaction quickly. Keep in mind that just these seemingly small things can have a great effect on how your employees feel about their work.

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Martin Luenendonk started two online businesses, worked in venture capital, and helped entrepreneurs raise millions in venture capital. He shares actionable startup fundraising strategies on