Top performers need morale-boosting attention

10/8/2009 | Human Resource Executive

High-performing workers' morale has been hit especially hard by the recession, according to a survey by Watson Wyatt and WorldatWork. In response, human resources departments need to be more creative in motivating and rewarding them, Lin Grensing-Pophal writes. Top talent also needs more individualized feedback and training opportunities, she writes.

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