Quote of the Day: The Surveys Will Continue Until Morale Improves

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From a study of low morale in the Department of Homeland Security, explaining why the authors hadn’t made much progress in figuring out why morale was low:

“Other entities had already engaged employees in efforts to assess morale,” and as a result, DHS employees were developing “interview/survey fatigue.”

Survey fatigue! Otherwise known as stop screwing around with your endless damn assessments and just do something, OK?

But apparently more studies are in the works anyway. Will they improve morale? Stay tuned for next week’s exciting episode!

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