How to meet employer's needs while attaining business objectives

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November 10, 2011

How do we continue to satisfy the benefits needs of employees and meet our business objectives? The answer is actually right in front of us explains Tinker Kelly in today’s BeAdvised.


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Stimulating the employees depends on the tasks you assign to them. In my company, one is looking for an email list providers, another one is searching for new providers and so on. I guess that a clear role in company is stimulating and never gets boring for an employee.

Posted by: Len B | June 19, 2012 5:23 AM

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This is a very good article. I encounter the same problems in the IT Connectivity area, where the employees are very demanding. I suppose that all of us should learn a couple of things from this editorial.

Posted by: Tawny C | April 23, 2012 7:56 AM

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