Minimize backlash from disappearing perks

07/24/2008 | Knowledge@Wharton

The weak economy could lead businesses to cut back on perks, a Wharton business school professor says, leading to a backlash from employees who have developed an emotional attachment to them. To do so, managers need to provide a good, clear reason to employees for the cutbacks, business experts say.

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