You want a positive work environment for your employees, but what are you doing to promote it? 

That's the gist of a new survey by ExactHire that shows that while most HR managers believe they preside over a positive work culture, less than 40 percent report having made any significant changes aimed at making things better in the office. 

When HR managers do come up with programs to improve employee engagement, many struggle to get workers to take part. Sixty-four percent say that getting employees to participate is a challenge. Nearly all admit that it's hard to come up with new ideas to promote a positive work culture. 

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