Loyal employees often make more money Loyal employeesloyal workforceSusan Linz
A loyal workforce can boost a firm’s bottom line. Now a new study finds employees who are loyal also stand to benefit—by making more money.
Workers were more likely to be loyal if they expected to earn a bonus or learn new skills. In addition, loyalty was higher among employees who expected that doing their job well would result in job security and the feeling that they were accomplishing something worthwhile, finds study’s lead author Susan Linz, professor of economics at Michigan State University.
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