RescueDigest Resources: Making Work Better: Improving Morale

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Is this the face that greets you first thing at work?.

Is this the face that greets you first thing at work?.

RescueDigest Resources: Making Work Better: Improving Morale
Have you stopped asking “How are things?” at work, for fear that people might actually tell you? It can be said “They don’t have to LIKE it, they just have to DO it.”, but employee morale plays a vital role in job performance. It has been proven that employees who are happy with the workplace are more effective, more productive, have lower absenteeism and less turnover. RescueDigest has collected the best “We should do that!” ideas from emergency service organizations large and small presenting simple, low-cost to no-cost methods to help make work a better place for everyone.

How you can use these resources: RescueDigest curates great research and resources during the development of our articles and educational programs. Since our mission is to “Help You Help Others” we present the best of these resources for you to explore, share and use in your own agency.

Understanding Organizational Culture and the Effect of Emergency Services Performance

A Perspective on Organizational Culture in EMS

Simple Ways To Improve Morale

How To Deal With Workplace Negativity

What NOT To Do (How to kill morale)

The New England Center for Rescue and Emergency Medicine Presentation:

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