By Staff Report
Nov. 16, 2009
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.|
SPECIAL REPORT—COMPENSATION & SALARY FORECAST
|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.|
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Time and Attendance8 ways to reduce overtime and labor costs
Summary Excessive overtime can negatively impact employee happiness and productivity. The labor costs a...
labor costs, overtime, scheduling, time tracking, work hours
ComplianceExempt vs. non-exempt employees: knowing the difference
Summary Employees are exempt from FLSA requirements when they meet specific exemption criteria based on...
Department of Labor, exempt employees, Misclassification, non-exempt employees
Employee Engagement12 practical employee appreciation ideas for better engagement and retention
Summary Showing appreciation to your employees improves engagement and retention. There are 12 practica...
employee appreciation, engagement, HR, raccoons