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Employee Retention: Reward and Recognition at Work

    I had the pleasure to be part of a lively panel discussion this morning. We talked about employee retention, reward and recognition. The conversation is now available for on-demand listening. I hope you have a chance to listen in and tell me what you think. Join the conversation! Here is the write up […]

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Retention Strategy or One-way Ticket to Your Competitor?

Research on Effective Motivators and Retention Drivers Keeping up on all the new information on engagement, motivation, retention, and behavioral economics isn’t easy. There is so much information out there! That’s my excuse for just discovering the McKinsey research on effective workplace motivators that was published June 2009 (and I am a subscriber – oh, […]

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Do You Feel Valued At Work? Valued Employees Say Why

Is the economy affecting employees’ sense of being valued? Are the lack of raises, reduction in benefits, and increased workload having their toll? People who don’t feel valued aren’t usually engaged or motivated, so knowing the effect of economic changes on sense of value is important information for companies struggling to stay productive. Over the […]

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