NEW RESEARCH from the Society for Human Resource Management (www.shrm.org) has found that a mix of nonmonetary and monetary awards is most effective at improving employee morale. For top performers, more than half of the 459 responding human resources professionals said money was a strong motivator. For “sandwich generation,” employees — those caring for children and aging parents — benefits such as flexible scheduling and telecommuting were most appealing. The study concluded that while ...

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