Workforce Management November 16, 2009

By Staff Report

Nov. 16, 2009

Troubled Engagement
by Ed Frauenheim
Layoffs, pay cuts and other fallout from the recession have devastated employee engagement. Why employers need to act now to get workers back on their side.


Money talks
by Fay Hansen

Ongoing salary cuts and freezes send a sour message that threatens performance and productivity. Compensation experts recommend restoring base pay and merit increases to pre-recession levels as quickly as business results allow.

The Last Word
Dirty Work Required
John Hollon
Business’s Healthy Support
From our readers

 HR Tech on the Go
New products accessed via hand-held devices beg the question: How mobile does HR software need to be?; Bath & Body Works hit with lawsuit by Wiccan worker alleging unfair termination; workplace safety agency levels historic fine in wake of 2005 explosion; latest paid sick leave plan splits Democrats and advocacy groups. 5 Questions: the wiki-powered workplace. The Hot List: payroll providers. Data Bank: talking union.

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