What top employees want and what their employers think they want are often two different things, according to a recent survey by Watson Wyatt (www.watsonsyatt.com). The Washington, D.C.-based human resources consulting firm asked 410 North American companies and 3,600 of their top performers to name the perks most likely to keep them happy. “There is a gap between what employers think is important for attracting high-performing employees and what those employees think,” says Rick Beal, an ...

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