Keep them at the table

July 2008
Employee Benefit News;Jul2008, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p37
The article offers employee retention tips for U.S. employers. According to Gregg Landers of CBIZ, the way to retain Generation Yers is through career development, while Generation Xers want flexible schedules and extra time off. MetLife reports that about 87% of employees cited salary as a very important factors in employee loyalty, while 81% cited health benefits and 72% are for retirement benefits. Will Werhane of Hay Group advises employers to take all aspects of total rewards into consideration, not just the money.


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