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Chat Transcript: Is the Work-More Economy Working?

By Staff Report

Feb. 16, 2012

Workforce Management explores the quiet flip side of the jobless recovery. Call it the “work-more economy.” More and more workers are doing as many as two jobs for the price of one. Higher expectations on the job can be a good thing for both workers and companies, but there’s a tipping point. The data—including Workforce Management’s own survey research—indicates many firms are going too far with their demands. Read more …

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