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Category Archives: Human Resource Management
Benefits as an Element of Job Satisfaction In 2009 and 2010, 60% of respondents cited benefits as a very important factor when ranking elements that contribute to their job satisfaction, according to the SHRM 2011 Employee Job Satisfaction Research Report. … Continue reading
An analysis of employee reviews for more than 250,000 large U.S. organizations reveals that a comprehensive benefit mix, opportunities for career advancement and work/life accommodation are top factors in workers’ happiness, outpacing even salary. The 2011 analysis was conducted by … Continue reading
Research proves it. The “best companies to work for” are more productive and more profitable than their stock market peers. But a great workplace is not something that can be achieved in a quarter, or even a year. For a … Continue reading
Do you trust HR? A survey of 623 international respondents found the same percentage of executives and managers, 49 percent, trust their company’s HR department. http://ow.ly/3Kwgk
According to a study of 80 randomly selected individuals who participated in two simulated job interviews, 58 percent were more likely to be hired and 53 percent received higher salary offers after their teeth had been whitened. Kelton Research ~ … Continue reading
Scott Adams has never been a fan of management. Adam’s cynical view of work life is illustrated in his Dilbert cartoons. In the November 6-7 edition of the Wall Street Journal, he said, “The primary purpose of management is to … Continue reading
“Work is either fun or drudgery. It depends on your attitude. I like fun.” —Colleen C. Barrett President Emerita of Southwest Airlines. Can you put in eight to 10 hours at work every day and still have fun? Many experts … Continue reading