Thirty-nine percent of employees say morale at their organizations is very good while 42 percent of employees say morale is somewhat good, according to a new Accountemps survey.

"People ultimately want work they're proud of, colleagues they respect and an environment where their contributions are valued," says Max Messmer, chairman of Accountemps. "Employers who foster this type of culture are rewarded with higher employee morale and productivity." 

Only 12 percent of respondents report morale is somewhat poor, and 6 percent of respondents say morale is very poor.

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