Workers and Their Worth

Lachnit, Carroll
February 2001
Workforce;Feb2001, Vol. 80 Issue 2, p10
Provides information on the topics discussed in the articles of the February 1, 2001 issue of periodical `Workforce.' Worth of employees; How companies can take advantage of the knowledge of veteran workers; Flexible time benefit to workers.


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