Why it's a bad idea to cut back on benefits

05/9/2011 | BusinessNewsDaily.com

Good benefits and other nonmonetary incentives are the most important factors for attracting, retaining and engaging top workers, according to a study from the Harvard Business Review Analytic Services. Even small additional benefits play a role in keeping employees happy and increasing the perception of a business as employee-focused. The study also found that employees who say their benefits were effectively communicated had higher levels of engagement and loyalty.

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