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Simms, Jane
December 2010
People Management;12/9/2010, Special section p10
The article explores strategies to retain employees during the economic recovery period in Great Britain. The connections between reward, engagement and performance are stressed. Hay Group reward consulting head Stuart Hyland advises against concentrating efforts on top performers. Mercer human capital leader Christopher Johnson predicts the smart use of flexible benefits by British companies.


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