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National Survey Quality Professionals Report Corporate Culture and Employee Job Satisfaction Directly Linked


Mankato, MN -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/21/2015 -- For the second time in three years, salaries in 2014 decreased slightly for quality professionals, who said their organization's quality culture plays a key role in the overall satisfaction of their job and salary, according to Quality Progress magazine's 28th annual Salary Survey. PDP profiled the survey in the company blog. PDP Solutions President, Louise Dickmeyer, highlighted the importance of the survey stressing the organization's culture and employee engagement is essential for job satisfaction.

According to the editors of the magazine, unchanged salaries lead to dissatisfaction for some. Responses to the survey show quality professionals are used to getting salary increases. But flat salaries in recent years have left 28.3 percent of respondents unhappy with their salaries. While 61 percent are pleased, nearly 11 percent of respondents were neutral or noncommittal, according to the survey. Of those unhappy with their salaries, some blamed the economy, which still does not seem to allow organizations the luxury of offering raises. Others blamed the lack of value their organization places on quality and those who safeguard it. Many of those unhappy say they have gone more than three years since getting a raise, the results show. Those who claim their salary is directly related to their organization's value of quality said they believe it is a function of an organization's culture of quality.

To read the entire blog, go to: http://pdpsolutions.com/content/despite-flat-salaries-2014-most-quality-professionals-satisfied-compensation

About People Driven Performance
People Driven Performance (PDP) is a software development company providing an internal, innovative, and interactive communications system for manufacturing plant floor employees. Patented combination of software and touch-sensitive employee information kiosks bring vital and important information to the plant floor in a non-desk employee environment. PDP proves that Employee Engagement results in quantifiable productivity improvement.

The impacts of improved internal communications, via interactive design, delivers an employee-centric engagement system driving improved employee retention, best-practice lean productivity, and increased bottom-line profitability.

Unlike desktop solutions promising better engagement, The PDP solution (http://www.pdpsolutions.com) is uniquely suited to on-the-move plant floor production employees ensuring a simple and straightforward way to access key company metrics and other information. The result is full participation and understanding of the functions, status, and standing of the company. Employee communication ensures a personal responsibility for well-being of management and colleagues with whom they work each day.

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