Time & Attendance
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.|
The Last Word
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