Definition

Morale in Organizations

Morale is the attitude workers have toward the quality of their total work life. In reality, morale is a measurement of the quality of the work environment. Morale is important because the workers attitudes toward the total work life affects the quality and quantity of output.

Generally speaking, high quality of output is an indicator of high morale. When attitudes toward work are poor, management often gas trouble maintaining a high quality or quantity of output.

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