In a survey from the John Templeton Foundation, 60% of 2000 respondents said they "either never express gratitude at work or do so perhaps once a year." Yet another survey from cloud consultancy Appirio found that 60% of job seekers said they cared the most about whether the staff at their prospective employer felt appreciated. And repeated studies confirm that gratitude helps both engagement and productivity.
A recent Fast Company article suggested five ways to add more gratitude to your workplace. We endorse them!
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