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September 2010
Employee Benefit News;Sep2010, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p46
The article reports on a research from WFD Consulting and Alliance for Work-life Progress, according to which one-third or 30 percent of employers cite engagement and commitment as their top priority for 2010. Whereas 15 percent of employers prefer career management as the most serious issue facing by workforce. However it suggests work-life industry to redefine itself in order to address issues like work stress, burnout, and inflexible work arrangements that add more workload on employees.


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