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The Case for Gratitude at Work

Whether they do not want to be viewed as weak, or they do not want to embarrass anybody, people have a hard time expressing gratitude at work. In a post for the Dropbox Blog, Juli Fischer offers a rebuttal.

In a nutshell, organizations that institutionalize gratitude see eye-opening employee benefits. Job satisfaction and loyalty go up, and job burnout risks decrease. Even better, grateful employees lock each other into a positive feedback loop, where everyone being grateful causes everyone to become even more grateful. Just a holly, jolly time for all.

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