There’s good news and bad in a recent survey on how employees view their supervisors. Managers excel at acting ethically, but they’re not so hot at motivating their charges when things aren’t going well.
A small survey of HR professionals has revealed some disturbing things.
A group of primary care physicians has already weighed in on whether or not the recently upheld healthcare reform law’s individual mandate will achieve its objective of spreading insurance to all individuals.
Just what do employees really want, anyway?
If it wasn’t clear before, this survey makes it painfully obvious: Employees want the ability to telecommute – and wait until you see what they’re willing to give up to get what they want.
Pull yourself away from all the doom and gloom talk surrounding U.S. workers’ financial situations for a second, and enjoy this breath of fresh air:
These employees should’ve just claimed that they were “sick.” Because even if they weren’t physically ill, you could definitely make the case that they’re at least a little sick in the head.
The vast majority of companies say they have no plans to drop their health benefits in 2014 when the bulk of the reform law kicks in. But they said there’s one thing that could make them change their minds.
Here’s something you may want to make sure your next healthcare plan has: A social media component.
Here’s a low-cost way to improve employee morale: