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Nakataas ng morale because the President is a man of his words.
It was also concluded that there was significant differences in morale and emotional intelligence level of different disciplines' teachers.
There is overall positive correlation between teachers' morale and student academic achievement.
The annual Pay And Morale Survey by the Police Federation found 57.
With have come officers, resources increasing Tom Cuddeford, interim chairman of West Midlands branch of the Police Federation, said: "In terms of officers' personal morale, we ranked 11 out of the 42, meaning there are 31 forces with a smaller proportion of respondents reporting low morale.
Improving morale within the Department of Homeland Security has been one of my top priorities as Secretary.
HEALTH Secretary Jeremy Hunt has acknowledged the low morale and anger among junior doctors but blamed the British Medical Association (BMA) for exacerbating the bitter dispute over new contracts.
HEALTH Secretary Jeremy Hunt (left) has acknowledged the low morale and anger among junior doctors, but blamed the British Medical Association (BMA) for exacerbating the bitter dispute over new contracts.
A NORTH Wales police officer has warned that low morale should be sounding alarm bells for managers and government.
The key to worker productivity has less to do with cleaning equipment but everything to do with morale, according to Terry Sambrowski, executive director of US-based National Service Alliance.
Whether March Madness activities boost morale or diminish productivity at work is up for debate.
That the morale of the nation's Catholic priests has been hurting in recent years is no secret But the fact that a U.