Consider this “The Hudson Highland Group, a an employee-benefits consulting firm, recently surveyed 10,000 U.S. employees and found that, while three-quarters are satisfied with their current pay, almost half (44%) would change the mix of cash and benefits if given the chance; and of those, the largest group (33%) would opt for more flexible hours.”
Thursday, July 27, 2006
It's not just Money
If you thought that employees will settle only for Pay hikes and nothing else then think again.
It’s true that for employees today give great importance to personal space and flexi timing is just one of the big incentives for the employee’s .However the nature of Job here becomes more critical as it may not be possible for every one is the organization to have a flexi timing. Organizations need to accept and adopt flexi timing as one of the best means for attracting, and retaining talent.