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Do Customers and Clients Notice a Healthy Workplace? You Bet They Do!

A psychologically healthy workplace promotes employee well-being and organizational performance, but it spills over into employee interactions with customers and clients, creating positive outcomes on that front, as well. Rachel Hahn-Teichberg, head veterinary technician for All Creatures Veterinary Hospital in Salem, MA talks about how a positive work environment affects customer service and the relationships employees have with clients.

Tell us why you love your job! We'll be featuring submissions on our website and social media pages. We'll periodically select and recognize our favorite submissions. If your entry is selected, you'll receive some delicious treats at your office to share with your co-workers! It's our way of helping you spread the love!

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This page contains a single entry by Dr. David Ballard published on November 18, 2013 3:43 PM.

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