November 17, 2009
New York (PRWEB) -- Improving productivity by
keeping employees healthy and working is emerging as the top
business objective for employer-sponsored wellness programs around
the world. The two exceptions are the United States, where reducing
health care cost increases o...
(The Wall Street Journal) -- Many employers and
employees don't see eye to eye on what keeps workers happy, a
disparity that could spell trouble for businesses as the economy
recovers. Employers consider management climate and workers'
relationships with their bosses as...
When it comes to the workplace, Baby Boomers,
Generation X and Generation Y populations may be more similar than
previously thought, according to a Conference Board of Canada study
released Monday. The study, entitled "Winning the Generation Wars:
Making the Most of Gen...
CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. (PRNewswire) -- With millions
of Baby Boomers poised to age out of the workforce, U.S. companies
remain unprepared for an imminent talent drain that threatens to
alter the national economy, according to a new report by the Sloan
Center on Aging &...
November 12, 2009
The 2009 State of the Industry Report revealed that workplace learning and performance has withstood the challenges of the difficult economy. Although investment in training was stable in 2008, organizations achieved positive outcomes and successfully contributed to the...
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