Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Less pay. More hours. Unhappy workers

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The majority of those still employed now put in longer hours for less pay, quelling motivation in the workplace.

NEW YORK ( -- You don't have to get laid off to feel the pain of this recession. Many workers lucky enough to have survived the ax are still feeling unhappy and unmotivated at work.

Eger, 26, says he feels stretched to the breaking point by his current employer but has been unable to find another job.

Eger isn't alone. It is clear that the recent economic downturn has had an adverse impact on productivity and morale. Forty percent of employees at organizations affected by layoffs say productivity has been negatively impacted, according to a recent survey by the Workforce Institute at Kronos. Of those 40%, two-thirds of them say that morale is suffering and that employees are less motivated than before.

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