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Description: Human resources leaders commonly assume that for a company to stand out as a great place to work, it must deliver competitive perks—everything from skills training to pet insurance to foosball. New research finds that this view is outdated: Engagement and retention don’t correlate with benefits awards. Employees have begun looking beyond material offerings and assessing how they feel about the company they work for—and that requires a different approach.


Date: Mar/Apr, 2022


Questions for discussion:

  • What does the article say about “feelings” of employees as a motivational force in the workplace?
  • How should this factor be addressed?
  • What are your thoughts?