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Study: Toxic workplaces take toll on employees, businesses

WCSC-TV Channel 5 (S.C.) Carter Coyle, 9/26/2019
“One in four says, ‘I literally dread going to work.’ I’m not talking about wishing it was a better day or ‘I kind of don’t like my boss.’ Dread was the term that was used," SHRM President and CEO Johnny C. Taylor, Jr., said. "When that’s happening and employers are spending as much as they are to pay employees, there’s a real disconnect. This is a business imperative. Not just about making people feel better.”

Columbia SHRM and the SC SHRM State Council Welcomed SHRM CEO Johnny C. Taylor Jr. at the Columbia Meeting on October 25th.



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