Tapping the POWER of total rewards

May 2010
Employee Benefit News;May2010, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p28
The article reports on the efforts of human resource (HR) professionals in the public sector in the U.S. to attract highly qualified employees to their ranks. Public sector employees are offering total rewards packages to compete with larger organizations to attract top talent. The article explores how HR executives in the public sector are adopting total rewards. It also examines the issues facing public sector HR professionals relating to their implementation of a total rewards package. INSET: DOING MORE WITH LESS - MUCH MORE.


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