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“Low morale” in the Office

By Paperstone on March 4, 2010 in Office Workers

A recent poll of 2,000 British office workers tells the story of dissatisfied, frustrated employees, many of whom would quit their job were it not for the recession.

Complaints include blocked printers, pointless meetings, jargon, poor technology, poor canteen food, “meaningless perks like dress down day” and motivational speakers. People who spend time on Facebook, those who label their food and smelly workmates also add to the office workforce’s discomfort.

Forty-seven percent of respondents said they would leave work were it not for the recession.

The survey was conducted to help launch a new Dave program called The Best Part-Time Job in the World.


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