Your score is 61 out of 80, suggesting that your organization fosters a great deal of gratitude among its members.
The importance of gratitude is likely conveyed from the highest levels of the organization, with its leaders creating systems that make it easier for people to express gratitude and be appreciated for their contributions; bosses and supervisors probably thank people directly for their work. Members of the organization often thank one another for the large and small ways they help each other out—and they are disinclined to hog credit or recognition for themselves. These expressions of gratitude generally feel sincere.
My coworkers generally thank each other for just doing their jobs, but the feeling of appreciation lingers and helps the employees know that they have aided in another employees success.