Employee Morale Survey

Written by Diane Sievert
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Employee morale surveys are the best way to measure employee satisfaction. Once the morale has been measured, however, the management must act accordingly. Failure to do so will render future surveys useless.

How to React to the Employee Morale Survey

So the surveys have been collected and results tabulated. What now? Management must call a meeting or find some other means of addressing the labor relations issues raised in the survey.

This is not to imply that management must comply with every request of every employee. It does mean that management must address the major concerns of their employees. Ignoring the concerns revealed by the employee morale survey is a surefire way to make employees doubt the importance of their voice.

Suppose financial or legal restraints inhibit management from granting workers some request. Management needs to explain these financial and legal restraints to the employees. Open and honest communication is excellent way to establish positive employer-employee relations.


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My father dneigesd many Kenner toy packages and my brother and I were used as models for the package. He and I were on the Picture-in-a-Minute Camera. Also several of my childhood friends were used for the See-a-Show Projector and/or the Give-a-Show Projector. Since the original Blythe dolls creeped girls out, they were not made in great numbers. My dad gave me one and my mother had kept it for me. I sold my perfect condition Blythe on e-bay to a collector in Japan in 2007 for $1000.00! I know she is worth more now, but hey so what? I didn't play with her very much anyway.I also have a Dusty doll with her tennis racket and golf clubs. She was supposed to be the sporting one, the get outside and play type of doll. I was wondering if there is any interest in Dusty. She is just sitting on a shelf in a bag. Since I had 2 boys, and have only one granddaughter, she was not played with much either.There was a box for one of Kenner's early See-a-Show Projector that my brother and a neighbor were on. They just happened to be looking at Superman on that box and now it is immortalized in the Superman Museum!Please write back soon! We were Kenner kids and had a blast, plus we got paid for modeling!