Thirty Days to a Happy Employee by Dottie Gandy
How a Simple Program of Acknowledgment Can Build Trust and Loyalty at Work

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It's not more money, bigger offices, better benefits, or flextime. Recent surveys reveal that the number one reason employees quit their jobs is that they don't feel valued on a human level. Growing employment opportunities and the lure of Internet companies have brought this prob- lem to near crisis level. Now, Dottie Gandy, a former regional director with the Franklin Covey Company, provides a simple, principle-based solution that will work to solve the problem in any business. In this clear, straight-foward book, she gives us a step-by-step plan that managers can implement immediately and which yields compelling results, including:
A strong sense of loyalty and commitment among employees
A new corporate culture built on a foundation of trust and designed to weather storms
A renewed sense of mission that can have a substantial impact on the bottom line

About Dottie Gandy

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Dottie Bruce Gandy, a business executive and entrepreneur who established two successful consulting practices, has focused throughout her career on helping organizations retain employees by winning their trust and loyalty. She directed a Texas-based regional office for the Franklin Covey Company, leaving that job to write this book. She and her husband, Tom, live in Allen, Texas.
Published August 7, 2001 by Touchstone. 208 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Self Help. Non-fiction

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People leave jobs because they don't feel respected, not because of salary, says business consultant Gandy. In this month-long program, she directs employers to work with employees to improve c

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