Charlton, John
December 2011
Employee Benefits;Dec2011, p42
The article discusses the issue concerning pay rises of British employees that fall behind inflation. It states that employers should know how to keep their employees happy by giving them rewards for their performance to avoid losing them. It also mentions that related troubles like debt problems could arise because of the situation.


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