Employee Morale Vs Low Morale

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It's easier to define morale by what it is NOT. It's not the same as effort, efficiency, or productivity. In fact, there is often dialectic between morale and productivity. The two are not necessarily causally related although common sense would seem to indicate that as one goes up, the other goes up. For example, we often hear that low morale in a police agency is causing a low level of productivity, but that is simply not true. What is true is that there are basic organizational problems creating both low productivity and low morale. Two essential tribulations that have this effect are: (1) employee lack of certainty about their jobs; and (2) failure of employees to buy into the mission statement and goals; but there are many possible problem…show more content…
This culture is shaped by organization values, visions, norms, working language, systems, and symbol. It also includes beliefs and habits of employees. Employee morale describes the overall outlook, attitude, satisfaction, and confidence that employees feel at work. When employees are up about their work environment and believe that they can meet their most imperative needs at work, their employee morale gets boosted up. Such a positive morale can lead to better organizational performance. But when employees are negative and unhappy about their workplace and feel that their work is not appreciated, their employee morale becomes negative. If the morale of the employees is low, the productivity of the company will be affected as employees will not be able to meet their goals. The prevailing culture in an organization can have an impact on the morale of the employees. The study was conducted to find out the Impact of Organizational culture on employee morale. From this study, it was set up that the culture existing in public sector undertakings is bureaucratic society and the morale of the employees is low. But on further analysis, it becomes clear that level of bureaucratic culture has no effect on employee morale. Results also pointed that employee morale varies among male and female workforce. The level of morale was found to be more for male staff than their female…show more content…
However, claims that these two concepts are connected are limited by a lack of data to support the contentions. This research endeavor and analyzes the relationship between occupational safety and health performance and employee morale, using the Great Place to Work Institute's data as the construct for employee morale. WORKPLACES WITH ACTIVE, VISIBLE SAFETY leadership have fewer injuries. They are often rated as better places to work, and have more satisfied, more productive employees who are less likely to change jobs. Behm (2009) has taken the position that safety and health management programs improve a company's bottom line, including productivity and employee morale. Behm (2009) contended that increasing job satisfaction will reduce workers' compensation claims and that improving job satisfaction is just as important as hazard reduction in controlling workers' compensation claims. Behm (2009) found that deprived safety programs could negatively influence company morale and make recruiting difficult particularly in high-risk

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