Deutsche Bank Employee Morale Said to Steady After 3-Year Drop
(Bloomberg) -- Morale among Deutsche Bank AG employees is showing signs of steadying after declining for three consecutive years, according to a person familiar with the company?s survey.
Staff commitment to the Frankfurt-based lender was mostly unchanged from last year, at about 58 percent, the person said, asking not to be identified discussing the results. The survey, conducted in April and May, also showed that about half of staff are now ?proud? to work for the bank, a slight improvement, the person said.
A spokeswoman for Deutsche Bank declined to comment on the results, earlier reported by Sueddeutsche Zeitung.
This article was published in Bloomberg, 4th July 2017