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‘Because [they’re] happy’… or, maybe not. How can you tell?

MailArchiverHappy_SQCan you tell if your employees are happy?

With stress costing the US industry an estimated $300 billion a year in sick days, accidents and associated costs, it might be time to measure your employee happiness. Impossible! No, it isn’t.

GFI MailArchiver’s email management system can monitor your company’s mood. How does it do that? Watch our short video and discover how you can too!

The Key to Boosting Office Morale Is… Email Archiving?

Written by: Marc Thaler

Are you engaged?

The question could rank among the all-time worst pick-upHappiness-300x300 lines. But in this context, it has nothing to do with your dating life. It has everything to do with your professional life – specifically how happy (or unhappy) your job makes you feel.

In June, Gallup released its 2013 State of the American Workplace. The survey revealed that just 30% of U.S. workers (approximately 30 million people) are “engaged” employees. They are passionate about their jobs and feel connected to the company that employs them.
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What’s New in GFI MailArchiver® 2013

Ian Bugeja, Product Manager for GFI Ian-B2-300x184MailArchiver, talks about today’s release and what’s new in GFI MailArchiver.

Q: How do you feel about this new release?

I am very excited about this release. We have introduced some major requested features, particularly the role-based access. Now admins can give rights to the various GFI MailArchiver features based on the user’s responsibilities in the organization.
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