Front-line job satisfaction

01Apr09

I think you can learn a lot about a company’s culture by asking the lowest level, front-line employees how they like their job — or just observing their unspoken behaviors. It might be tempting to assume that the nature of the work outweighs any company to company differences. For instance, working more than a few months as a grocery store cashier might just be an unpleasant experience. However, if you look at how job satisfaction differs from say a Trader Joe’s to a Jewel or Dominick’s, you’ll see what I’m talking about.



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